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post #571 of (permalink) Old 04-05-2011, 11:15 PM
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Not the wildest wildlife!
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post #573 of (permalink) Old 04-29-2011, 05:56 PM
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A very cold Tree Swallow on April 29, 2011. Zoom not used.



Good luck little guy, I hope the sun comes out soon!
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Here is a rare shot of the elusive nmcan. He is commonly found in glacial tarns and feeds off mosquitos and other bugs.

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Here is a rare shot of the elusive nmcan. He is commonly found in glacial tarns and feeds off mosquitos and other bugs.

If it weren't for the hairy ass, I'd say this was a shot of a female of the species[:I][][}]
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A very cold Tree Swallow on April 29, 2011. Zoom not used.



Good luck little guy, I hope the sun comes out soon!
Wow, beautiful bird, I'll have to keep my eyes peeled.
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Wow Lobo that wolf has done well even handicapped as he/she is. I wonder if the other two wolves he was with last spring are part of the pack that makes the kills. or could be road kill. Remarkable that the collar doesn't seem to hinder him though.
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post #579 of (permalink) Old 05-05-2011, 07:31 PM
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Wow! What an exhilarating encounter. Although I must say, you appear to be a wolf magnet. I would consider myself lucky to ever see one in the wild, but you seem to be tripping over them. Thanks for sharing these, wonderful photos.

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A few bird shots from the last three weekends.


Lazo Marsh - Comox


Beach Grove Woods - Tsawwassen
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A few bird shots from the last three weekends.


Lazo Marsh - Comox
Small world > Lazo Marsh this past weekend.

{This is the designation that Hamilton Marsh requires .}







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post #582 of (permalink) Old 05-09-2011, 02:04 PM
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Looking through my photo library, I'm rather humbled by my lack of wildlife shots. Just another reason to get out into the wilderness some more.

It was about this time last year that I went camping in Logan Lake, BC with my friend Sara from nursing school. We saw a family of geese passing time near the water as we lazed on the grass drinking beer and reading all day.



And while traipsing through the trees, we took a few photos with some deer in the background, one in particular with a silly gesture for us.



Tame photos, I agree. Will start looking for more animals promptly.
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Another fire-breathing dragon, Hat trail North end, near the bottom. Fortunately he didn't attack, since I had left the bear spray at home.



Length: about 80 <s>feet</s> mm
Lair: <s> huge cave </s> under a rock
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There's an elk with a problem. It's surprising that the wolves or griz haven't got her yet
That looks like a punctured abdominal wall , eeuuaghh , pity that animal , it will likely die from infection, gangrene, and probably has maggots on it right now .

My guess it tried to jump and straddle a barbed wire fence or security tipped chain-link fence , nasty stuff.

Call the wildlife branch to put-it down mercifully.
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Western Tanager today at Cheam Lake:
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