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Wildlife Blog
October 26, 2017

Injured black bear elicits inaction from the province of Alberta

I was immediately struck by the rich, chocolaty eyes imprinted with a miniaturized reflection of…
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Wildlife Blog
October 19, 2017

A journey to conscious wildlife photography: oh, the mistakes I have made

I saw the sharp points protruding from an elongated bowl of antlers, swaying gently back…
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Wildlife Blog
September 23, 2017

World Animal Day: Celebrating Creatures Great and Small

A calm and gentle demeanour betrays the secretive nature of this elusive cat. Their eyes,…
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Wildlife Blog
August 31, 2017

Kananaskis grizzly bear 104 and her cubs highlight the need for respect & personal responsibility

‘I think I see her!!! No, never mind, it’s just a cow – again…’ Variations…
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Wildlife Blog
July 13, 2017

Willy the wonder weasel saves the day for two disappointed photographers

Visions of the beautiful face of a grizzly bear emerging from the grass with a…
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Wildlife Blog
May 24, 2017

Amusing animal antics: tree swallow domestic dispute

Hilarious Winners of the First Annual ‘Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards’ - recently a couple of friends…
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Wildlife Blog
April 30, 2017

Observe the ‘bad-ass’ badger; change your perceptions of the world

Badger - the very name seems to conjure a sense of terror on par with…
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Wildlife Blog
February 28, 2017

How much of the environment do we really need anyway?

WAIT! Before you click on that unfollow, unsubscribe, unlike button, please hear me out... I'm…
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Wildlife Blog
January 19, 2017

How my ptarmigan quest has made me a better photographer

A triangle of light showered down on Bow lake, infusing the icy surface with a yellow glow that enhanced the intricate beauty…
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Wildlife Blog
January 7, 2017

2016: a helluva year in the Canadian Rockies (and beyond)

2016 was a rich honeycomb of luxuriously sweet experiences. With each segment barely distinguishable from the others…
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Wildlife Blog
November 22, 2016

Animals activate the healing power of compassion

At the heart of our world beats an intense core of compassion. Like gravity drawing…
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Wildlife Blog
November 2, 2016

Identifying Birds of Alberta based on Flight Patterns

Stepping over the threshold from simply 'liking birds' to being a 'birder' comes with a compulsion…
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Wildlife Blog
September 19, 2016

This Waterton black bear family dipped more than just a toe…

There was no hesitation, no testing of the waters - the mom and three cubs strolled into the…
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Wildlife Blog
August 29, 2016

From a little brown bat to wrestling grizzly bears, it’s been a season of remarkable manifestations

Like the spectrum of a kaleidoscope coming together to form vivid pictures pulled from my…
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Wildlife Blog
June 13, 2016

Combating the guilt of being a ‘stupid human’

Every time an animal is killed as a result of human interference - food conditioning, aggression,…
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Wildlife Blog
April 27, 2016

Mom and three little bears – my first grizzlies of 2016

When I saw four light-brown faces peer up from behind a barbed wire fence, it took my…
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