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 Birds to pray.

Birds to pray.

I was tracking the hawk on the right when the second bird barrel rolled into the view finder, a blur of colour, three frames, and the photographers’ prayer.

 Birds to pray.

Birds to pray.

I was tracking the hawk on the right when the second bird barrel rolled into the view finder, a blur of colour, three frames, and the photographers’ prayer.

Hunt's Bumble Bee on Clover

Hunt's Bumble Bee on Clover

Although I am terrified of being stung by bees, I have learned that when they are foraging for nectar, they are harmless and very interesting. Taken August 3, 2020

Are you looking at me?

Are you looking at me?

This Red-Tailed Hawk was photographed at Brunswick Point in Ladner, British Columbia with a Nikon Z7 and a f/4.0 300mm lens. I cropped the photo to produce a portrait of this magnificent bird.

Are you looking at me?

Are you looking at me?

This Red-Tailed Hawk was photographed at Brunswick Point in Ladner, British Columbia with a Nikon Z7 and a f/4.0 300mm lens. I cropped the photo to produce a portrait of this magnificent bird.

Great Grey Owl 3

Great Grey Owl 3

A great grey owl perched in the pouring rain.

Mountain Lion Cub

Mountain Lion Cub

A wild mountain lion cub spends a few more with me before catching up with its mom and sibling. The mother can be seen further down the trail.

Red Fox Kit

Red Fox Kit

A red fox kit closes its eyes while it has a quick stretch.

Black Wolf 2

Black Wolf 2

A portrait of a wild black wolf.

Black Wolf

Black Wolf

A wild black wolf standing in the pouring rain.

Great Grey Owl 2

Great Grey Owl 2

A great grey owl keeping a close eye on a raven flying overhead.

Great Grey Owl 1

Great Grey Owl 1

A great grey owl looking and listening for prey below.

Canada Lynx on the Hunt

Canada Lynx on the Hunt

A wild Canada lynx on the hunt for voles in Northwest BC.

Wild Mountain Lion Family

Wild Mountain Lion Family

A wild mountain lion and her two cubs pause to take a look at me for a few seconds before making their way into the bush. One of the most incredible wildlife encounters I've ever had.

Bald Eagle

Bald Eagle

Situated in the Mountsberg Conservation Area, Halton, the Raptor Centre houses birds of prey that can't be released into the wild because they won't be able to survive. Some of the residents here are missing wings or legs - essential tools for a winged hunter. Yet the loss of such limbs does not distract them from their forlorn majesty as evident in this Bald Eagle.

Black bear

Black bear

Female black bear climbing a tree

The quiet road to the local water reservoir

The quiet road to the local water reservoir

No Hard Feelings

No Hard Feelings

Post-rut sparring got a little rough at times between these two bucks. The one on the left seemed more experienced and would provide feedback and encouragement to the buck on the right. They would rest for 30 seconds and go for a minute or two locking up and trying to pin down or twist out. It was great to capture a tender moment shared between these two white tails.

In my neighbour front yard...

In my neighbour front yard...

A Maple leaf amongst many

Misty Meadow Deer

Misty Meadow Deer

Whitetail Deer are fairly common throughout Southern Ontario but they are remarkably adept at going unseen. Walking along the edge of a meadow near Whitby, I had seen a few faint shadows of deer in the misty distance when all of a sudden this doe raised its head for a few seconds to check me out.

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 Birds to pray.

Birds to pray.

I was tracking the hawk on the right when the second bird barrel rolled into the view finder, a blur of colour, three frames, and the photographers’ prayer.

 Birds to pray.

Birds to pray.

I was tracking the hawk on the right when the second bird barrel rolled into the view finder, a blur of colour, three frames, and the photographers’ prayer.

Hunt's Bumble Bee on Clover

Hunt's Bumble Bee on Clover

Although I am terrified of being stung by bees, I have learned that when they are foraging for nectar, they are harmless and very interesting. Taken August 3, 2020

Are you looking at me?

Are you looking at me?

This Red-Tailed Hawk was photographed at Brunswick Point in Ladner, British Columbia with a Nikon Z7 and a f/4.0 300mm lens. I cropped the photo to produce a portrait of this magnificent bird.

Are you looking at me?

Are you looking at me?

This Red-Tailed Hawk was photographed at Brunswick Point in Ladner, British Columbia with a Nikon Z7 and a f/4.0 300mm lens. I cropped the photo to produce a portrait of this magnificent bird.

Great Grey Owl 3

Great Grey Owl 3

A great grey owl perched in the pouring rain.

Mountain Lion Cub

Mountain Lion Cub

A wild mountain lion cub spends a few more with me before catching up with its mom and sibling. The mother can be seen further down the trail.

Red Fox Kit

Red Fox Kit

A red fox kit closes its eyes while it has a quick stretch.

Black Wolf 2

Black Wolf 2

A portrait of a wild black wolf.

Black Wolf

Black Wolf

A wild black wolf standing in the pouring rain.

Great Grey Owl 2

Great Grey Owl 2

A great grey owl keeping a close eye on a raven flying overhead.

Great Grey Owl 1

Great Grey Owl 1

A great grey owl looking and listening for prey below.

Canada Lynx on the Hunt

Canada Lynx on the Hunt

A wild Canada lynx on the hunt for voles in Northwest BC.

Wild Mountain Lion Family

Wild Mountain Lion Family

A wild mountain lion and her two cubs pause to take a look at me for a few seconds before making their way into the bush. One of the most incredible wildlife encounters I've ever had.

Bald Eagle

Bald Eagle

Situated in the Mountsberg Conservation Area, Halton, the Raptor Centre houses birds of prey that can't be released into the wild because they won't be able to survive. Some of the residents here are missing wings or legs - essential tools for a winged hunter. Yet the loss of such limbs does not distract them from their forlorn majesty as evident in this Bald Eagle.

Black bear

Black bear

Female black bear climbing a tree

The quiet road to the local water reservoir

The quiet road to the local water reservoir

No Hard Feelings

No Hard Feelings

Post-rut sparring got a little rough at times between these two bucks. The one on the left seemed more experienced and would provide feedback and encouragement to the buck on the right. They would rest for 30 seconds and go for a minute or two locking up and trying to pin down or twist out. It was great to capture a tender moment shared between these two white tails.

In my neighbour front yard...

In my neighbour front yard...

A Maple leaf amongst many

Misty Meadow Deer

Misty Meadow Deer

Whitetail Deer are fairly common throughout Southern Ontario but they are remarkably adept at going unseen. Walking along the edge of a meadow near Whitby, I had seen a few faint shadows of deer in the misty distance when all of a sudden this doe raised its head for a few seconds to check me out.