l have been a part of a few successful wildlife rescues and educate people on wildlife and environmental issues. We have helped in issues to save wetlands, woodlands etc.to save the precious life within. It is well worth the effort. We can all learn to live and work together. Education is the key. In 2011 I won an education award from Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority for the work and photography I do. Habitat is fast disappearing and with it, many species are also declining in numbers. So many species can actually tell us the health of our environment and alert us to problems we need to know about. They all need to be protected.

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Monday, October 25, 2010

Point Pelee and area.

This beautiful house was on our road trip home actually. Was just so picturesque.
Point Pelee National Park had some very cool photo ops as well.
Past the Heinz ketchup factory as well on our way to Point Pelee. BIG bottle of ketchup!!

Jack Miners Sanctuary

Went to visit Jack Miner's Sanctuary on our way home. A very special place for very special birds. Who otherwise would not have a place.

Adventure's with Ann.

Ann & I had a blast on our adventure. Here she is at Jack Miner's taking a photo of their Barnacle goose,Point Pelee,some fungus at Rondeau Provincial Park. And oh dear,Ann in Port Stanley's local jail. LOL. I guess we were having to much fun!!

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Assorted shots

Ann in the rising sun, Port Stanley,An area around a sewage lagoon we went to visit and the setting sun,a dog who did some hawk watching with her owner at Hawk Cliff and a tree frog who kept us all company between hawks.

Shots of Ann & I in Port Stanley

Port Stanley is full of beautiful murals on the buildings. Some very incredible artists in the town! And shots Ann & I took of each other.

Ann greeting the sunrise.

The sunrises were amazing. And we decided to do some creative shooting. This is Ann greeting the morning sun!

Port Stanley

Footprints in the sand. More shadows and sunsets. The color was out of this world. The third shot has streaks running across the sky. Like some one was very busy up there painting.

Port Stanley

One of the gorgeous sunsets by our room,Hawk Cliff were we spent our days watching hawks,harriers and eagles fly over. One of our crazy shadow shots. "we had fun" .Walking amongst the morning gulls.

Port Stanley,October

Footprints of geese in the sand,amazing sunrise and some local buildings made for wonderful photo op's. We loved it here and greeted the sunrise every day while there. Then we would go back and have a nice warm breakfast with friendly atmosphere and off we went hawk watching. It was amazing weather.

Trip with my good friend Ann B.

Ann wanted to go do a road trip to do some hawk watches. How could I refuse. Port Stanley was an amazing place. We stayed on the beach and the food was terrific and the people were friendly. And oh so pretty. We were greeted every morning by so many turkey vultures.

It seems everywhere we went down that way had wind turbines galore. Right in farmers backyards. They are incredibly huge.

Once in a while we would see the farms with their pumpkins out front. Makes for some nice color.

This believe it or not we both thought was an old stone wall. Turns out it was a very large wood pile for the winter ahead. Boy did we feel silly! But from a distance it really did look like a stone wall.

Took this one through the car window on the road trip home. Still was lots of beautiful fall colors around.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Immature red tail hawk,Burlington.

As Linda and I were leaving La Salle Park Marina went saw this beautiful young red tail fly up to this post. He stayed still for a few min. allowing me to get a few nice shots.