I don’t know if I have mentioned this before, but I am extremely envious of photographers who can go to a blind, set up their equipment (including that thing called a tripod), knowing what lens to use, and wait for… Read More ›
There is a Stump
There is a stump up the Lardeau River which seems to have strong appeal for eagles. On October 30, 2014, I wrote a blog post about this stump with photographs of a raven and an eagle ( ‘ I’m Raving about… Read More ›
Boundaries – Weekly Photo Challenge
Some boundaries are fixed and permanent. Others are fluid and transitory. Here, a creek filled with mud from a slide merges with the crystal clear Lardeau River.
Eating with Gusto!
The other day, I caught sight of an eagle on the river bed, accidentally. I saw a raven take off from the rocks out of the corner of my eye. Ravens are a good indication of feeding activity at this time of… Read More ›
What a wonderful day!
Today was a wonderful day! It was sunny and cool and full of wildlife surprises for me! This fall has been very slow for the Kokanee. So it has been very slow for the Eagles, mergansers and, of course, the… Read More ›
During the spawning season, as I have mentioned, the eagles spend their time eating and watching for more food. This fall, along with all the bears, they were later arriving. But once here, the show was on. Generally, they… Read More ›
Don’t try this at home
As I showed you in a previous post, one of the birds that calls the valley its summer home is the common merganser. Don’t worry I won’t do my rant about ‘common’ again. The shots I displayed were of the… Read More ›
Bears, bears, everywhere!
Well, not exactly. As you have heard already in past posts, the grizzly were very late this fall. But they did eventually show up. And we were fortunate to see six in a couple of days! There were more seen… Read More ›
More Feathered Friends
Continuing on the topic of birds who like salmon, the common merganser loves them too! But first let me say I am not in favour of the naming protocol for anything that starts with ‘common’. This is a lovely bird… Read More ›
Our Family of Griz
One of the big questions for this fall’s griz watch is whether or not the family of three will be here. The mother and two cubs have been around for at least two years and possibly they will have split… Read More ›
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