The Piping Plover is an endangered species. Signs on many of the beaches show it nests along the beaches where it is vulnerable to predation and to human accidents.
Welcome to my place on the web. Here you will find many of the images I capture with a camera, stories of my outings and most of all a look at where I’ve been.
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Latest from the Blog
There are times when it all just seems to come together. Sunday morning was one of them. The weather was cool at -15C and the sun was shining on a dusting of new snow. I’d been up to Black Bay … Read More
It’s a joy watching all the different birds I find in Nova Scotia. Some are very similar to the birds found in Ontario, others are nothing like their land bound cousins. Ring Necked Pheasant The first ‘stranger’ I saw … Read More
Rose and I headed off to Nova Scotia again this summer. It’s a bit of a drive, some 1600km but well worth it. Day 1 August 16 We left home early and drove into the east. Then we drove some … Read More
Berry season is here and with it Black Bear sitings. Like most Canadians, the blueberry is considered a staple food by the black bear. I was fortunate enough to run into this one snacking on the blueberries. It would just … Read More
On June 29th, Clara Hughes, six-time Olympic medalist, was in Deep River as part of her “Clara’s Big Ride” in support of mental health issues. Clara was on day 108 of her 110 day, 11,000 km bicycle ride around Canada … Read More
It was a beautiful summer morning. I’d invited Dad along with me on my Sunday morning jaunt through the Petawawa area. I’d planned on showing him where I shoot and then stop by the Petawawa River to enjoy the sounds … Read More
On Thanksgiving Monday my friend Dave and I drove up to the Barron Canyon for a look around and down. The oaks and other hardwoods on the drive there were if full colour and looked amazing. The Barron Canyon, part … Read More
Heading home Tuesday morning I detoured through the Petawawa forestry as I often do. Saw a set of ears poking up through the grass on the roadside. Slowed down and stopped to see a Red Fox pup. Shot the … Read More
This Merganser family was sunning itself on a rock not far from shore. The little ones, being little ones, were constantly shoving and pushing each other off the rock into the water. They would swim around to the backside of … Read More
I was sure the Great Blue Heron was around but couldn’t find it. I wandered around it’s usual haunts in the shallows but it just wasn’t there. Lots of other people were around fishing but not the Heron. I scanned … Read More