Birds of Canada

Birds were not high in our agenda during the workshop in 2017, but nevertheless we saw some in the area of Banff. From the very common American Crow, to the iconic Clark’s nutcracker, we had variety to see even during autumn, when most migratory birds have already left. And a true birder will always be on the lookout for birds, even if that’s not the main purpose for the trip. Both Banff River and Vermilion Lakes functioned as the oasis where most of the birds inhabited.

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