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
He is not mine and I am only living at his place for 3 weeks, but for the next 3 weeks, you just might be seeing some Toby stories here. Toby is a 15 month old Chocolate Labrador, and is quite a big guy at 120 lbs. I am dog/house sitting and along with Toby,… Continue reading Introducing Toby
Still not much action in the baby department along the Red River. On many of my walks with Chester, we see absolutely nothing – although we are serenaded by the singing birds hiding in the bushes along the bank. 🙂 We did get to see a family of older goslings and another family of older… Continue reading Canada Geese and Wood Ducks
We’re having a beautiful morning here. The sun is shining, the temperature is 21C and there is a slight breeze. Chester and I watched a Wood Duck and her 7 ducklings swimming on the Red River. They stayed nicely in line, so I could get them all in my pictures.
I have hardly seen the Wood Ducks around this year and wondered if they had found another place to nest this year – but this morning Chester and I were rewarded with a sighting of the Wood Duck and her 10 adorable ducklings. 🙂
Yesterday, Chester and I found a pair of Mallard Ducks and a trio of male Wood Ducks while taking our walk along the Red River. Chester also spotted and stalked several bunnies, but none of them wanted their pictures taken. The Mallards posed nicely for me, but the Wood Ducks did not cooperate much, although… Continue reading Ducks
Ducks that is 🙂 It was a beautiful bright sunny day when Chester and I had our walk yesterday. I had an earlier shift so we had an earlier walk. The sun was just at a nice level to make everything look wonderful. I saw one pair of Mallard Ducks, but the female was in… Continue reading Mallards and Woods