WINNING PHOTO: A thirsty little pine siskin shows an acrobatic pose while taking a drink from a hose. Bowser photographer Judy Murray was able to get a close-up of this bird and second place in the B.C. SPCA’s 2015 Wildlife-in-Focus Photography Contest in the Backyard Habitats Category. Contest participants submitted more than 600 photos

Second place in B.C. for this photo by a woman from Bowser

Judy Murray's shot was one of 600 entered in the B.C. SPCA contest

  • Nov. 5, 2015 3:00 p.m.

WINNING PHOTO: A thirsty little pine siskin shows an acrobatic pose while taking a drink from a hose. Bowser photographer Judy Murray was able to get a close-up of this bird and second place in the B.C. SPCA’s 2015 Wildlife-in-Focus Photography Contest in the Backyard Habitats Category. Contest participants submitted more than 600 photos, helping to raise $4,085 for wild animals in need in British Columbia.

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