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Wild Fridays

Let’s salute Wild Fridays and remind us all about the fun and adventure of time spent in the great outdoors.

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Lesser Snow Goose (Juvenile)

Today we look at the Juvenile Lesser Snow Goose! These, pictured, are apparently "blue-phase" snow geese, as "white-phase" snow geese will have the typical orange...

Fall Field Cricket

Adults can reach up to one inch and make that noise that we all know with their itty bitty little wings! A female is attracted...

Red Shafted Northern Flicker (male)

Today we look at the Red Shafted Northern Flicker. Flickers, as a type of woodpecker, commonly feed on the ground or dead tree snags, looking...

The BLUE MUSSEL!

The Blue Mussel attaches to a rock face using very strong byssus threads.  These byssus thread, or “beard”, are the mussels only defense sometimes...

The Black Bear

The Black Bear Saw Yogi up by the bypass. Keystone species and number in around 150,000 in BC. Alpha Males can grow up to 500...

Purple Sea Star or Ochre Starfish

Purple Sea Star or Ochre Starfish Keystone species of the Pacific Ocean the Purple Sea Star can live 20 years and only predators are gulls...

Daddy Long Legs (aka Long Bodied Cellar Spider)

Daddy Long Legs (aka Long Bodied Cellar Spider) That’s my renter, Fred. He’s late on rent! Hahah. They use a predator defence system of whirling...

Ten Lined June Beetle

Video by: Vista Radio Staff Ten Lined June Beetle This is a female Ten Lined June Beetle, also called a Watermelon Beetle. They don’t bite or...

Polyphemus Moth

Polyphemus Moth Comes into this world as a tan boring looking caterpillar that slowly turns into a big juicy green caterpillar with a brown head....

Mason Bees

Mason Bees! Our native pollinators in North America! The hardest working bees that do not produce honey, as they can pollinate 1600-2400 blossoms a day,...
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