Category Archives: Bird Photography

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Airport Hawks

One of the toughest things to do is find inspiration from a scene that you had hoped would give you something good. When Nigel picked me up today and suggested we check out the hawks […]

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Sam Smith Park

So for the third time in a row I headed to Colonel Sam Smith park for some more photo hunting. Now that the frigid temps are upon us and I’m sure it will only get […]

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Wildlife at Colonel Sam

This morning I brought Nigel with me to explore the wilder side of Colonel Sam Smith Park. Our goal today was to find the snowy owl that apparently likes to hang out here. As we […]

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Beaches and Gulls

Our second last day at Killbear I wasn’t feeling the greatest so I wandered down to the small beach and sat there doing some people watching and catching up with a friend of mine. Of […]

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Birds of a Feather…

Nigel and I headed out today in search of Sandhill Cranes. We¬†stopped at a roadside marsh were previously sandhill cranes were spotted nesting. As we wandered the area in search of them we came across […]

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Parks Along the Shoreline

Max and I went on tour of a few parks along the Lake Ontario shoreline. Our first stop was a park in the Pickering area which I’ve forgotten the name of. This is why I […]

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Sparrows of Claireville

Okay, so it was time to go back for another visit to Claireville today. This time I entered the conservation area from the north side rather than the east side just to see if there […]

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Sheave Tower

Today another adventure with Nigel was scheduled. First stop was not originally planned but then I remembered that Sheave tower was pretty close to where we were heading so we made an unplanned stop before […]

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Signs of Spring

I was working hard on the computer today and at the last minute decided to take a quick trip over to the Humber Arboretum. It was later in the day and my hopes were to […]