Saturday morning is breakfast time at the Red Top Restaurant for me and has been for years. This morning I headed out the door a few minutes early because snow had been falling and I would have to clean the car off before heading out. I started the car, got the brush out and cleaned… Continue reading Ooops and Fort Whyte Alive
I didn’t really go to Fort Whyte prepared this morning (meaning I did not have my good camera with me), but I went anyway. I always have my phone and my little pocket Nikon and I was out already after having my regular Saturday morning breakfast at the Red Top and a visit with my… Continue reading Fort Whyte Alive Walk
I go on this little walk along the Seine River often, and many time I don’t even bring a camera – I just walk and enjoy the nature. Today I brought my little camera to see if there is any colour left on the trees and bushes, while looking for critters and whatever else I… Continue reading Looking for Colour
I had been back home for almost a month and found that I was missing seeing critters and being in nature. I could tell from the posts on the Riding Mountain National Park Facebook page that there were plenty of baby critters being seen there and decided I should see some Canadian critters and hopefully… Continue reading July 6 and 7 – Riding Mountain National Park
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
Yesterday afternoon, I took a couple of pictures of the Aloes that grow here and a couple of the Squirrels. The Squirrels were on the ground when I saw them – so I guess they are Ground Squirrels. 🙂 I planned my route last night to drive this morning, so set out at… Continue reading May 21 – Olifants
I certainly wouldn’t have believed it and I still don’t, but the Canada Geese have returned already predicting a very early spring. I still expect some major cold weather and snow storms and hope the geese will be ok. But – the critters seem to know the weather and their forecasts are often more accurate… Continue reading Spring in February?