I’m not certain if the osprey is my favourite raptor because of its striking appearance or because I have had the good fortune to be able to photograph them with their young for several years. I’m in the process of… 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 ›
A High Wow Factor
Two days ago, just as the smoke closed in again, we were coming back down the shore of the lake when my husband spotted an eagle. It was perched on a tree just off the road between the road and… Read More ›
The Bird’s Butt
I believe that I have mentioned in the past that photographing the backend of wildlife is a pain in the butt! There is nothing more frustrating than getting ready for an impromptu shot only to have the bear, deer, moose,… Read More ›
As usual, I can easily be distracted from the thread of a current topic And this is the case now. I’ll return to the geese later but wanted to share this experience with you now. The other day, after I… Read More ›
8 Days and Counting
Each year we are visited by large numbers of eagles. Here to feast on the kokanee. So it seems only fitting to salute them at the end of the year. Great span of wings Sharp sight Long strong talons
The Last Hurrah
Today I went up the river and all the signs told me that the fall season is coming to a close. Over the past few days, it’s as if a switch had been turned off. So few eagles remain compared to… Read More ›
I’m Raving about this one!
There is a bird here, and most everywhere in North America that I love. And so did Edgar Allen Poe for that matter. I have often tried to photograph it but it is even edgier than a kingfisher (and are… Read More ›
Not another back!
When you photograph wildlife you see a lot of backs! Backs of bears, deer, Eagles, herons. Sometimes it can be quite frustrating. The rump of a grizzly isn’t half as interesting as its face! However, sometimes the back side is… Read More ›
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 ›
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