Yesterday looked like a nice day and I had nothing in my calendar – so I headed north to Lockport to see and photograph the Pelicans around the dam on the Red River. I pulled into the park on the east side of the river when I got there and walked over to see if… Continue reading A Couple of Hours at Lockport with Pelicans (and friends)
I will warn you in advance that the pictures are not great and I obviously need more practice on moving birds, but I did diversify a bit, so the ones other than birds aren’t too hard to look at.
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
Bright and early this morning I was on my way to Lake Panic. I wasn’t sure exactly where it was, but the lady in the shop said to turn right at the stop – so I did. I noticed only a couple of other cars turned right, so I was hopeful that they were also… Continue reading June 4 – Skukuza
First critters this morning were Helmeted Guinea Fowls trying a road block, but they had some problems. There were enough of them – about 2 dozen, but they were divided into 3 groups, so were easily dispursed. Amazingly enough, there were no Impalas until much later today. First critter once it was light enough to… Continue reading May 25 – Letaba to Tamboti
I woke up around 5 am as usual this morning and got myself something to eat & drink before heading for the gate. I didn’t want to be at the beginning of the lineup, since everyone will pass me anyway – so I waited until the gate was open before leaving. There was still a… Continue reading May 17 – Satara
Yesterday I showed you the Pelican pictures I took at Fort Whyte Alive, but of course, I took other pictures too. As always, you can click on any individual picture to see a larger version. The Birds – Canada Geese, Mallard Duck and a young Robin. Painted Turtles. While watching and taking pictures of these… Continue reading More from Fort Whyte Alive