Category Archives: Wildlife


Eagles in Flight – Haines, AK

Living North of 60 has been pretty great so far despite what those Southerners think life is like during a Yukon winter. As new residents of Haines Junction, YT we are settling in. As I […]

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More Fuzz

The ducks were fuzzy and cute, but there were other fuzzy things to look at. The dandelion seeds were in especially good shape as the wind has been absent over the past few days. [exif […]

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crustulum stelleri

The sun was trying to break the clouds apart that morning, this is a sign to get up and out the door. Goldstream Provincial Park is an interesting place. It’s easily accessible and the destination for […]

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Fishing with a Heron

Tod Inlet is a favorite walk among most islanders, a short hike crammed between the Butchart Gardens property and the south part of The Gowland Tod Provincial Park. The main trail follows Tod Creek all […]

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Sacred Monkey Forest – Ubud Indonesia

Ubud is a phenomenal city located nearer to the middle of Bali, far away from the chaos of Kuta. Often advertised as Bali’s cultural destination, Ubud is host to a healthy tourist industry although much more […]

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Wings Over The Rockies – Part II

Later on in the week, I attended a wildlife tracking seminar with Northstar Bushcraft’s Nick Furfaro. Nick is passionate about survival and tracking and this shows in his courses and talks. Although I didn’t manage to […]

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