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Photos from CoastRd on 2004-Jul20:
Pacific loon (Gavia pacifica): Pacific loon (Gavia pacifica): Pacific loon (Gavia pacifica): the: Ithaca the: Ithaca the: Ithaca unidentified Bird (Aves sp): juveniles in nest near Ithaca the: Ithaca in sun the: Ithaca in sun rocks: near Ithaca
-- the MV Ithaca ran aground when its rudder broke during a gale in 1960-Sept14; for more info: www.churchillmb.net/~cccomm/pintrest.htm


Photos from near GooseCreek on 2004-Jul20:
Bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus): Marsh ragwort (Senecio congestus): sign: map of weir region sign: about the controversial Weir Project weir: part of Lapland buttercup (Ranunculus lapponicus)?: Early coralroot (Corallorhiza trifida): pods and 2 mosquitoes bad manual focus Cloudberry=Baked-apple raspberry (Rubus chamaemorus): Canada goose (Branta canadensis): dead - not suitable for the squeamish photographer: Lorne Small round-leaf orchid (Amerorchis rotundifolia): white form Small round-leaf orchid (Amerorchis rotundifolia): white form Alpine arnica (Arnica angustifolia): along railroad-tracks Alpine arnica (Arnica angustifolia): along railroad-tracks wide-angle view makes rails appear straight Northern grass-of-parnassus (Parnassia palustris var neogaea): in bud

Photos from near CNSC (afternoon) on 2004-Jul20:
rocket: beside main bldg - inscription reads NRC Churchill Research Range snowblowing-lorry: courtesy of USAF birdfish-logo: on garage-door birdfish-logo: on forklift birdfish-logo: on Doriss new hat Pacific loon (Gavia pacifica): pair Pacific loon (Gavia pacifica): pair

Photos from LandingLaneRd near metal-dump on 2004-Jul20:
Golden plover (Pluvialis dominica): Common eider (Somateria mollissima): male+female on rock Common merganser (Mergus merganser):

Photos from town of Churchill on 2004-Jul20:
group-2004: Inuit-woman+Dene-woman+Doris with LeVernes dream-catcher

Photos from CoastRd on 2004-Jul20:
Northern hedysarum (Hedysarum boreale): thrives on edge of road Northern hedysarum (Hedysarum boreale): thrives on edge of road

Photos from the train near Churchill on 2004-Jul20:
house: on rocks house: on rocks house: on rocks - just the rocks