Right after Christmas, I purchased a new coat during the boxing day sales. It is much warmer than anything I have had before and would come in handy while volunteering at the zoo and walking at Fort Whyte Alive. The weather was warmer than usual during this time, so I didn’t wear it until today… Continue reading A Walk at Fort Whyte Alive
This is my last morning here and I decided to sleep in a bit and hang around for the breakfast that comes with the lodging. I have an east facing window in my room and saw that there was no chance of a sunrise picture in the park anyway. After I woke up, I packed… Continue reading Riding Mountain National Park in Early Fall – day 4
After exiting the Bison enclosure, I headed to the Honeycomb Bed & Breakfast to get checked in. I had a tour of the place, got the pictures all loaded onto my laptop to clear the camera card and relaxed a bit before heading back out. First stop was the Wishing Well, and the sprinklers had… Continue reading Riding Mountain National Park in Early Fall – day 1, part 4
After a wet and chilly morning, the sun came out and I decided to head to Fort Whyte Alive for a walk. We are moving into autumn weather and the nights are getting cooler, so problems with insects are all but gone and the walk was pleasant. If you were to guess that there were… Continue reading Beautiful Day for a Walk 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.
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
I had a good night’s sleep after that exciting Black Bear evening, and around 5:00 am, I was awake and heading out the door to see what I could find. First sighting was a White-tailed Deer, who looked to see who was stopping for her. Most people don’t even slow down for the deer, but… Continue reading June Trip to Riding Mountain National Park – part 5