Alaskan Coatal 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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The Spirit Bear - Animal of Legend

September 26, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
“Come with me” says Marven Robinson, our Gitga’at bear guide, gesturing to our small group of wildlife photographers to follow him. He leads us to another location just a little further upstream, but as we approach, we discover that it is already occupied by a black bear eating a very large pink salmon. Although I live in western Canada, it has ta...
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Osprey

August 21, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
As a large brown wing falls lazily over the edge of this gigantic nest it marks the first movement I have seen in over an hour. It is a signal that at least one of the young nestlings is beginning to stir. A few moments later it is followed by the appearance of two heads bobbing from side-to-side with such smoothness they would be the envy of any B...
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