Atlas Photos


Boreal Owl by Martin Scott

Taken Summer 2012, Wapusk National Park. Atlas Code H.


photo: MBBA Intern

Red-eyed Vireo with fledged young, by Nora Janik

Taken July 24 2012, atlas square 14PA22. Atlas code FY.


photo: MBBA Intern

Ring-billed Gull, Caspian Tern, Common Tern, Bonaparte's Gull

Photographer: Linda Huisman. Ring-billed Gull, Caspian Tern, Common Tern, Bonaparte's Gull on May 15, 2011. Atlas code: X (observed). Note this is a loafing site, nto a breeding site.


photo: Manitoba Breeding Bird Atlas

Whitethroated Sparrow nest and eggs, Sailing Lake. By Ron Bazin

June 2012. Atlas code NE.


photo: MBBA Intern

The Poser

Making sure I was far enough away from its young. It would seem as if the males escort the children around, as there was no female. This shot came away a bit blurry, but I liked the pose of the bird. Churchill, MB.


photo: NatureThroughNorthernEyes

Streamlined Takeoff

Churchill, MB.


photo: NatureThroughNorthernEyes

Turkey Vulture nestlings

Photo by Linda Heaman of juvenile Turkey Vultures in the abandoned building where they were born near Miniota on July 30th 2012 (Atlas code NY)


photo: MB_BBA_2

Heronry by Linda Huisman

Taken July 1 2012 at Otter Falls Manitoba.


photo: MBBA Intern

Great Horned Owl pair, Hecla. By Donna Martin

March 16, 2013. Atlas code P.


photo: MBBA Intern

Long-tailed Jaeger, Manitoba Canada by Christian Artuso

Photo by Christian Artuso of an aggressive Long-tailed Jaeger near Schmok Lake, Manitoba. The Manitoba Breeding Bird Atlas (www.birdatlas.mb.ca) confirmed this species breeding in MB for the first time ever in 2012


photo: Christian Artuso

Mallard with young by Linda Huisman

Taken June 25 2012 at Pinawa MB. Atlas code FY.


photo: MBBA Intern

American Bittern by Katharine Schulz

Taken May 22 2012. Atlas code H unless other behaviour observed.


photo: MBBA Intern

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