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Birds of Kamloops!!

Kamloops is a city located in the interior of British Columbia, Canada, and is home to a diverse range of bird species. Some common birds of Kamloops include:

  1. Bald Eagle – a majestic bird of prey that can be seen soaring over the city’s rivers and lakes.
  2. Osprey – another bird of prey commonly seen around Kamloops, often seen hunting for fish near the river.
  3. Great Blue Heron – a large and striking wading bird that can often be seen near water sources.
  4. Western Bluebird – a beautiful small bird with blue and orange plumage that can be spotted in grasslands and open areas.
  5. Red-tailed Hawk – a common hawk species found in Kamloops and surrounding areas, often seen perched on tall trees or utility poles.
  6. American Goldfinch – a small, bright yellow bird commonly seen in residential areas and gardens.
  7. Northern Flicker – a medium-sized woodpecker with distinctive red markings on its head.
  8. Mountain Bluebird – the official bird of British Columbia, this beautiful blue bird can be seen in the grasslands and sagebrush areas around Kamloops.
  9. Common Loon – a large water bird with striking black and white plumage, often seen on Kamloops’ lakes.
  10. Black-capped Chickadee – a small and friendly bird commonly found in residential areas and parks.

These are just a few examples of the many bird species that can be found in Kamloops. Birdwatching is a popular activity in the city, and there are many parks and natural areas where visitors can observe these beautiful creatures in their natural habitat.

Don't forget to look up!! As Kamloops is home to birds such as Eurasian magpie , Northern flicker woodpecker, Bald Eagle and many other warblers, sparrows and wrens.
Eurasian Magpie by Wijs (Wise)
Don't forget to look up!! As Kamloops is home to birds such as Eurasian magpie , Northern flicker woodpecker, Bald Eagle and many other warblers, sparrows and wrens.
Northern Flicker by Hal Moran
Don't forget to look up!! As Kamloops is home to birds such as Eurasian magpie , Northern flicker woodpecker, Bald Eagle and many other warblers, sparrows and wrens.
Bald Eagle by Frank Cone

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