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By: gemini (offline) on Wednesday, December 05 2012 @ 05:29 PM EST  
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What a wonderful series of photos and videos Algonwuinlover! They sure tell the story of what the FVBEF is all about!



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By: terrytvgal (offline) on Wednesday, December 05 2012 @ 08:10 PM EST  
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:hello: Wow thanks so much, Gord! Clearly you had a wonderful time and it is so generous of you to take the time to share your experience with us. It's no easy task putting together and uploading video and you went above and beyond for us. Big hugs


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By: elle (offline) on Wednesday, December 05 2012 @ 09:56 PM EST  
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I second that sentiment, gemini and sunny and terrytvgal. It does take a very long time to upload pix and videos. Thank You Gord. Beautiful documentation and unforgettable memories.


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By: stim (offline) on Thursday, December 06 2012 @ 01:30 PM EST  
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WoohThe first video I've watched elicited an outloud "WOW" Gord, of the fish hatchery. Bravo I plan to watch them a bit at a time to truly relish the sharings. Thank you for your expertise in making the captures, then making sure the rest of us can share them. What a wonderful recap of what EagleFest is all about. Clapping
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By: algonquinlover (offline) on Saturday, December 08 2012 @ 12:33 PM EST  
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Thank you Marg, Sharon, Terry, Elle, and Sandra for your compliments and I'm glad you all enjoyed my (sometimes shaky) videos. LOL It is a lot of work uploading them (I still have 15 videos that I didn't post over here! Wooh) but sometimes it is easier than wading through too many pictures! Titter And I think videos give everyone more of a sense of feeling like they are there watching the action, whereas still photos only capture individual moments. So I enjoy doing them for everyone to allow you to benefit from what I was seeing around me.

It is great seeing everyone else's photos and videos too, giving many different perspectives. Sorry I did not meet Terry or Sandra - maybe next time! It is a trip I will make again.

Here are 3 more videos that were related to the festival - the first two were done on the rainy days

Video Camera Out WELCOME TO EAGLE HEAVEN!

Video Camera Out A COLLECTION OF EAGLES

And on the way to Sandpiper one beautiful morning

Video Camera Out TRUMPETER SWANS IN A FIELD


Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished. ~Lao Tzu


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By: algonquinlover (offline) on Saturday, December 08 2012 @ 12:43 PM EST  
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And even though these are not directly related to the festival, but all part of the incredible area that is BC, I will post these ones too

On Vancouver Island at Deep Bay - a collection of pictures of:

Video Camera Out CALIFORNIA SEA LIONS AND HARBOUR SEALS

Some sights and sounds of them:

Video Camera Out A GOOD DAY TO GET A TAN

In Chilliwack

Video Camera Out DOG PARK EAGLES ON A SUNNY MORNING

Along the Vedder Canal

Video Camera Out THE ROYALWOOD EAGLES

At Cultus Lake

Video Camera Out COMMON LOONS ON CULTUS LAKE

And these beautiful Snowy Owls in Delta BC at Boundary Bay on the last day of our trip

Video Camera Out SNOWY OWLS AT DELTA BC


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By: sassyk (offline) on Saturday, December 08 2012 @ 01:53 PM EST  
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Gord, Linda and all who have posted their photos and videos here; they are all wonderful Clapping They do indeed make us feel like we were right there with you, taking in the wonder of the natural area and all the breathtaking sights our beautiful area has to offer Thank You


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By: algonquinlover (offline) on Saturday, December 08 2012 @ 11:16 PM EST  
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Thanks Kay. I'm glad you and everyone are enjoying them. Sure is a beautiful area around there. :thumrht:


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