Kenow Fire - More Questions than Answers

September 14, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
In the early mornings hours of September 13, 2017, an intense wildlfire raged through the Akamina and Red Rock valleys of Waterton Lakes National Park. Fuelled by dry trees and grasslands parched by a long hot summer, the fire raced through the park before leaping the highway and entering private land on the north and east sides of the park. The...
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BC Government to end Trophy Hunting - Sort of

August 16, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
“People are not going to care about animal conservation unless they think that animals are worthwhile.” ~ David Attenborough Since 80% of Canadians now live in urban areas, it’s sometimes easy to forget that the remaining 20% living in remote and rural areas, still rely on hunting as a major source of food for themselves and their families. Moos...
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Alaskan Coastal Brown Bears

July 03, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I normally don't look forward to flying in small aircraft because the passenger cabin is often cramped and seldom has room for my camera gear. But earlier this month I experienced the exception when I flew from Anchorage, Alaska, to Lake Clark National Park in a de Havilland Beaver. The DHC-Beaver was a workhorse that was used extensively as both...
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Wildlife of the Oldman River Documentary Film

February 25, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I love being immersed in nature, whether it's trudging through woodlands with my camera and tripod slung across my shoulder, or sitting concealed in a blind during a “wildlife stakeout,” it doesn't really matter. It's being out there that counts, and if I'm lucky enough to get one or two good shots, then that's the icing on the cake. Over the past...
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2016 - A Year in Review

December 23, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Following an enjoyable yet arguably hectic year last year, I managed to take a little time away from wildlife photography during the winter months to recharge the creative batteries. But I didn't let the dust settle for too long on the camera as I still managed a couple of outings to photograph mule deer bucks in the coulees of southern Alberta....
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