If you've been on Reddit Vancouver recently, you may have noticed that something is "a fowl."
Multiple locals have shared photographs and videos of local birds, which include everything from Stellar jays to herons, owls to crows, finches to robins, and much more.
People captured beautiful portraits of solo birds in B.C.'s backyard, but a number of people have recorded them in grocery stores, their homes, and even at Vancouver International Airport.
In the first video, a man tells a crow to "Get out of the house." In response, a woman asks, "Is the crow in here again?"
The answer is yes, and the corvid is seen sauntering out the door.
Since everyone is posting bird stuff, here's a video of a crow I caught strolling out of my kitchen earlier this year. from r/vancouver
While it isn't in the Lower Mainland, Reddit user Cherry shares an adorable photo of a bird in their hand at one of the lakes in Joffre Lakes Provincial Park. They note that the little bird is decidedly curious.
Reddit User CanadianFromFlorida saw an owl while they were walking their dog. The nocturnal bird spins its head 360 degrees in the video.
Another person says they recorded a petite finch on one of the shelves of a Superstore.
Reddit user ladypuffsalot shares an image they captured of a robin near 29th Avenue SkyTrain Station.
Normally I don't bother posting my bird photos here, but it seems like we're all into our feathered friends these days! Taken a couple weeks ago around 29th Ave Station from r/vancouver
Someone captured a beautiful portrait of a raven on Mount Seymour while they were on a hike.
Continuing with the Bird-love theme, here is a portrait of a Raven from a Hike on Seymour this spring from r/vancouver
Reddit user kalinako also shared some raven content on Mount Seymour, but their video shows two of the feathered birds. In it, people remark that the corvids may be mates.
I have to say, I’m loving all of the bird content these days. Here’s a pair of ravens on top of Seymour Mountain earlier this year. from r/vancouverSomeone shared an image of a large, statuesque owl that was watching them walk their dog.
A Steller's Jay from the interior has stayed at Stanley Park for the past few months. It may have even had kids with one of the locals! from r/vancouver
Swallow nestlings! Got to watch them grow up from so many nests near the river where I was working. from r/vancouver
Since we're all posting birds, here's a birdie I saved on my way to school last Tuesday. Ran it to a vet and was late for class, but my teacher gave me a pass from r/vancouver
YVR bird from r/vancouver