1. Cape Flattery

    October 24, 2019 by Rokman61

    Cape Flattery is the extreme northwest tip of the contiguous United States.  I had never been there, so on a …
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  2. More exploring in southwest Interior BC

    September 26, 2019 by Rokman61

    This post arises from a short camping trip I took in late August, 2019.  I present it in three parts: …
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  3. Reminiscing in the South Okanagan

    July 30, 2019 by Rokman61

    I am fortunate in having had opportunity to make regular visits to the South Okanagan Valley for almost 50 years. …
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  4. Hosting Yard Birds, and the Big Chill of February, 2019

    April 8, 2019 by Rokman61

    Norma and I have been setting out food for wild birds in our yards since whenever.  Over the years, I …
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  5. Adventures in Birding . . . with a somewhat different twist

    May 7, 2018 by Rokman61

    I am, admittedly, a chronic bird-watcher.  One aspect to this pursuit that I find most compelling is its endless variety.  The …
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  6. The Second Biennial Listy Awards

    March 27, 2018 by Rokman61

    This blog is all about ‘Listing’.  Only one photo of birds is included; all the rest depict bird nerds. For …
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  7. 72nd Street Eagle-in, 2017

    January 27, 2018 by Rokman61

    Who can take note of, and not be impressed by this spectacular creature? The ’72nd Street’ referred to in the …
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  8. Walking the Iona Jetty – unexpected encounters

    October 20, 2017 by Rokman61

    The Iona South Jetty is a 4 km long structure which comprises two large concrete pipes and parallel walking/cycling tracks …
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  9. The MetroVan 250 Crowing Award

    June 3, 2017 by Rokman61

    Note:  This is not a ‘new’ blog – it is an excerpted section from a previous post in which I …
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  10. Hawaii, Part 3, Maui

    March 27, 2017 by Rokman61

    Maui is the ‘next’ island in the Hawaiian chain, just to the northwest of Big Island.  Here is the ‘bird’ that brought …
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