Bison at Fort Whyte Alive

These Bison were quite a distance away from the viewing areas, but I managed to zoom in enough so that, combined with cropping, I got some 1/2 decent photos. They have a nice herd of Bison at Fort Whyte Alive and it is nice to be able to see them in the city.    They have… Continue reading Bison at Fort Whyte Alive

Red-wing Blackbirds at Fort Whyte Alive

A few Red-wing Blackbirds were co-operative enough to pose for me while I wandered around at Fort Whyte Alive the other day. I could have just sat somewhere and let more birds come to me, but 1/2 my reason for being there was to walk – so I kept walking.

Canada Geese at Fort Whyte Alive

Some Canada Geese and Goslings were active at Fort Whyte Alive the other day, so I got some pictures of them. Everything is so peaceful, so you can almost forget you are in the city while walking here.

Little Guys at Fort Whyte Alive

I got a few non-bird pictures while walking around at Fort Whyte Alive the other day. The next three were all crossing the path I was walking on. In a place like this (even right in the city) it is all natural and you never know what  you might find there.  I have seen caterpillars… Continue reading Little Guys at Fort Whyte Alive

Ducks at Fort Whyte Alive

Yesterday, I showed you the Pelicans at Fort Whyte Alive and today it is time for some ducks. It was a beautiful morning for a stroll and most of the critters were fairly co-operative.  More to come tomorrow.

Pelicans at Fort Whyte Alive

I spent this morning walking around Fort Whyte Alive and have plenty of pictures to show.  I am dividing them up into a few posts to keep the same or similar critters in each post.  This one contains Pelicans. Hope you enjoyed the Pelicans – more to come in the next post.

A Little Walk

Yesterday, I had absolutely nothing scheduled except for laundry, so after the laundry was done, I went for a walk along the Seine River.  I just brought my little camera that does’t have a lot of zoom, since it fits into my pocket. First thing I found was on a tree trunk just behind my… Continue reading A Little Walk