"THE FOX ROCKS" - Red Fox

September 23, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
"THE FOX ROCKS (noun & verb)!" Part 1 Red Fox - Kananaskis, Alberta, CA - 7 Photos So was just about to enter one of the Provincial Parks in Alberta when I saw what I thought, for a micro second, was a new piece of commissioned art at the park entrance. Alberta Parks have been updating signs, etc. so for that split second I envisioned statue. W...
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"COYOTES HOWLING HALLELUJAH" - Coyote

September 22, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
"COYOTES HOWLING HALLELUJAH" (Chorus from Gord Bamford's song "Heaven on Dirt") Coyote (Kananaskis, Alberta, CA) - 8 Photos This line of a chorus from the Alberta raised, country music singer, Gord Bamford's song "Heaven on Dirt", I felt was fitting for this canid spotted in the tall grass in Kananaskis, Alberta. The coyote was hunting in the t...
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"THE LAST DANCE" - American White Pelican

September 18, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
"THE LAST DANCE" American White Pelican - 9 Photos As September is rapidly coming to a close, the pelicans visiting Alberta will be soon departing for warmer climates for the Winter. I haven't seen a group fishing for some time, so it was a great treat to see a number fishing a shallow shoal on the Bow River, Calgary, Alberta. Their white fl...
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"NATURE'S LIFE LESSONS" - Common Merganser

September 15, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
"NATURE'S LIFE LESSONS" Common Merganser (Female & Immatures) In the natural world, wildlife's offspring learn by watching & doing to achieve those important life lessons which will enable them to survive and thrive. The following photos depict to different families of Common Mergansers. The first series (Photos #1 - 5) are of a young family &...
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"THE FAWN DAWN" - White-Tailed Deer (Immature)

September 11, 2021  •  1 Comment
"THE FAWN DAWN" White-Tailed Deer (Immature) - 6 Photos Thought I had better post these before Summer comes to an end and the spots completely "wear off":)! These are different fawns. There were twins with one doe and a single fawn with the other. The soft early morning light in the first two photos certainly intensified those "soft" deer ey...
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