"WEASEL TREE GYM" - Weasel (Long Tailed)

November 25, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
"WEASEL TREE GYM" Weasel (Long Tailed) - 7 Photos It's a cruel joke that Nature pulls on the Long Tailed Weasel. It changes its coat colour from tawny/cream to snow white as daylight hours decrease and Winter approaches. Landscape in late Autumn in Calgary, Alberta can be snow covered or completely brown with fallen leaves and dead shrubbery. U...
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"THE EAGLE & THE LION" - American Bald Eagle_Porcupine

November 23, 2021  •  2 Comments
"THE EAGLE & THE LION" American Bald Eagle (Adult) & Porcupine - 9 Photos Caught an American Bald Eagle (Photo #1 & Photo #2) and shortly thereafter a porcupine on an afternoon outing. The position of the porcupine in Photo #3 (the first of the porcupine series) reminded me so much of a male lion lying beneath the setting sun - hence the title.
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"BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR" - American Bald Eagle

November 16, 2021  •  2 Comments
"BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR" American Bald Eagle (Adult) - 9 Photos So there I was walking along the path that enters the woods when I looked up and saw a pair of American Bald Eagles soaring together high up in the sky. "If only one would come closer and perhaps even land", I thought. Well as I was exiting the tree grove, I looked left and s...
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"THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY" - American Bald Eagle (Adult)

November 13, 2021  •  3 Comments
"THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY" American Bald Eagle (Adult) - 9 Photos I first spotted this Bald Eagle sitting on the rocks in the water, across the river. Shortly thereafter, it flew into a tree on the far side where it remained perched and vigilant looking down at the river. And then faster than you could say American Bald Eagle, it was off and dow...
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"WE ARE ALL SENTIENT" - Porcupine (North American)

November 08, 2021  •  2 Comments
"WE ARE ALL SENTIENT" Porcupine (North American) - 5 Photos The photos below are of five different porcupines of both sexes and various ages. Perhaps, I have been spending too much time alone observing porcupines but their faces appear to be taking on more human attributes. How can you look into the eyes and face of this creature and not rec...
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