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Jean Cockburn retired from her professional career as an academic librarian in 2008 to become a textile artist living on Denman Island, British Columbia. She draws, quilts, embroiders, knits and crochets, makes wearable art, weaves baskets, dyes fabric, and paints watercolours. Her work has been exhibited locally in juried and group shows on Denman Island, in Courtenay, Comox, and Duncan on Vancouver Island, in West Vancouver, and across Canada with the Surface Design Association.

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Eagles at low tide

A very low tide today and lots of eagles out at the water's edge. At one time I counted two adults with white heads and 8 juveniles with splotched markings. Hard to take distance photos with my little camera, and it is very cold out on our deck (2 degrees C on the thermometer this morning and lots of frost on the north side of the studio roof), but this is what I got.

Four juveniles on the left and an adult in flight on the right.

A juvenile on the left on a rock and 3 juveniles on the beach at centre.

Three or four eagles in flight and more on the beach.

The wire fence is holding down clam shielding netting. The entire beach is a clam and oyster lease.


The juvenile eagles stay close together.

A lone adult eagle. The adults tend to stay aloof from the juveniles.

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