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Birds of the Bow Valley – Gray-crowned rosy-finch

Our Birds of the Bow Valley feature continues in Week 10 as the adult gray-crowned rosy-finch gathers food, presumably for young ones, on the shore of Lake Oesa at high elevation in Yoho National Park, just the other side of the Continental Divide from the Lake Louise area.
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Our Birds of the Bow Valley feature continues in Week 10 as the adult tray-crowned rosy-finch gathers food, presumably for young ones, on the shore of Lake Oesa at high elevation in Yoho National Park, just the other side of the Continental Divide from the Lake Louise area. Michael W. (Mike) Potter is a professional photographer specializing in birds. He is a former park interpreter in Banff National Park, and the author and photographer of eight books on hiking and natural history in the Canadian Rockies, distributed by Canmore-based Alpine Book Peddlers. Potter’s website is michaelwpotter.ca, which includes a link to his bird photographs on Flickr.

Our Birds of the Bow Valley feature continues in Week 10 as the adult gray-crowned rosy-finch gathers food, presumably for young ones, on the shore of Lake Oesa at high elevation in Yoho National Park, just the other side of the Continental Divide from the Lake Louise area.

Michael W. (Mike) Potter is a professional photographer specializing in birds. He is a former park interpreter in Banff National Park, and the author and photographer of eight books on hiking and natural history in the Canadian Rockies, distributed by Canmore-based Alpine Book Peddlers. Potter’s website is michaelwpotter.ca, which includes a link to his bird photographs on Flickr.