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.
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.
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.
Trips to Fort Whyte Alive are always nice. It is on the outskirts of Winnipeg, but you feel immersed right in nature. There are lakes, ponds or puddles, pastures, bush, a treehouse, bird feeding stations and a lot of birds and other critters. It is a great place to just get away without actually leaving… Continue reading A Couple of Hours at Fort Whyte Alive – part 2
When I left off yesterday, we were still on Highway #10 and ready to leave the Moose and head further South. After passing Moon Lake again, I decided to turn into the Boreal Trail and go for a walk. It was a beautiful day for a stroll and it is only 1 km, so it… Continue reading June Trip to Riding Mountain National Park – part 2
The Narcisse Snake Dens are about an hour’s drive north of Winnipeg. I live in the south of Winnipeg, and it took almost an hour of city driving before I reached the north of Winnipeg, so it was a bit longer for me to get there. The forecast was good with temperatures around 20C under… Continue reading Narcisse Snake Dens
It was a beautiful morning this morning – perfect for a little stroll. I headed out for a walk along the Seine River, but hardly got over to the other side of the river before finding out that there is an annual Mother’s Day Run on my path. The run had just started so no… Continue reading Mother’s Day Run