Tag Archives: Birds


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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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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Cirque d’Osprey

Driving up and down highway 95 between Golden and Radium offers a lot in the way of beautiful landscapes and the rich marsh offers much in the way wildlife. Especially abundant are the osprey nests […]

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Costa Rica – Searching for Quetzals

A couple of days ago, we went to a national park of Costa Rica called Parque Nacional Los Quetzales. We found a farm close to the park offering tours to locate Quetzals. We had hired a […]

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Raven – An Underrated Bird

More from Jasper… I am still going through and processing the photos from the John Marriott workshop in Jasper. John mentioned that there were a couple of Common Ravens in a pull-out on the highway. […]

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