More species of birds breed in British Columbia annually than anywhere else in Canada. Additionally, hundreds of migratory birds spend a portion of the year here, making BC a birdwatcher’s paradise. It doesn’t matter if you’re a gung-ho, out-in-the-field birdwatcher or if you enjoy winged friends from the serenity of your back porch, Birds of British Columbia is an easy way to get the best views of more than 100 of the different birds in this province.
From the rare Marbled Murrelet to the common Steller’s Jay, ferocious falcons to timid towhees, Glenn Bartley has captured the beauty of BC’s feathered fliers in this stunning collection of photographs. Whether you’re looking for an elusive Boreal Owl or simply want to revel in the magnificence of a swooping Peregrine Falcon, Bartley’s incredible photographs of birds in their natural habitats will make even the ubiquitous gull look extraordinary.
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About the Author
Glenn Bartley is a professional nature photographer who focuses on capturing intimate portraits of birds in their natural surroundings. He is especially well known for his portraits of rare and difficult-to-photograph birds from the Neotropical Region and for his portfolio of hummingbird images. Glenn’s work is regularly published in nature books and magazines throughout North America, and he is the author and photographer of Birds of Vancouver Island. Glenn also leads instructional photographic workshops to exciting destinations throughout the Americas. He lives in Victoria, BC. To see more of Glenn’s work, visit glennbartley.com.