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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Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Christmas with your pets

On Saturday December 8th and Sunday December 9th from 10 until 4, I will be at Pet Country Estate in Innisfil between Mapleview & Lockhart Dr. If you are in the area or live near by and are interested please call me for an appointment. Family portraits also being offered this day with your pets and Santa. Must be booked in though,spaces are filling up. All information for contact is on the flyer in this section. GO TO MY NEW BLOG TOP RIGHT CORNER HERE FOR MORE: JEN'S CREATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY ( my other work )

Pup's n cats

People always want photos of their pets no matter what they have. They are treasured memories for ever.


People have pets of all kinds. From kitties,puppies and horses. Here are a few shots I have taken over the years. The horse and foal is one of a serries of the foal just born in a field. Was amazing,the bond between the 2 immediatly forming.Beautiful.

Monday, November 19, 2012


Photos of me in Algonquin,hard to take photos of a gray jay when it lands on your lens. A nice big bull moose in the back ground feeding and just chillin in the woods. One of my most favorite places to spend time. Can never get enough. Such a peaceful beautiful provincial park.

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Algonquin P.Park,Nov.15

A day in Algonquin Provincial Park yielded many wonderful things for us this day. Fox,moose,birds,mink and beavers were all seen in their wonderful habitat. Hardly a human to be seen all day and the cars were also pretty rare. Something I have never really seen up there. It was like we were the only ones in the park. It was so quiet you could have heard a pin drop anywhere on the trails. It was actually quite earry. But because of it the animals and birds were all quite busy,grazing, hunting,playing.It was an incredible day in Algonquin. The following few postings are of the life within the park on a quiet,sunny but cool day. Ice on the ponds,icicles hanging and glistening under the bright sun and hints of snow in the shady parts of the woods and some roads. A little taste of whats to come. Beautiful!!

Algonquin P.Park, Nov.15,The Life Within

This young male fox greeted us along a roadway and was out for his evening walk looking for food. We were stopped on the road as I was taking photos of a ruffed grouse when he arrived. And he sat on the road,eyes fixed on the bird sitting ever so still and quiet in the tree. I carefully moved away from the bird so as not to put her in danger of becoming a meal this night anyways.

Algonquin Provincial Park

On this day in the park we arrived to a lovely sunny but cold day. Ice was on the ponds and icicles hung off the rocks and various places along the trails. 1 loon was out in Opeongo Lake and a few ducks in the wetland ponds en route to the lake were seen. Herring and ring billed gulls sat on the dock and it was so quiet in the park you could hear a pin drop. An incredible day.

Algonquin Nov 15

Algonquin wildlife was plentiful this day. A big bull moose was grazing in a wetland off highway 60 and he had already lost his antlers.The mink went running across the ice only to run into thin ice nearer the shore falling through on and off until it finally got to the dry land. And then we were greeted by a young red fox who was out for his late afternoon walk for food.

Algonquin Nov.15

Mink and beaver were more good sightings on our day in the park. A mink swam under the ice and came up 4 feet in front of us under the reeds and we could hear it eating away,smacking its lips. Then it swam away and came up a little farther out. Running across the ice to its home. It of coarse heard my camera clicking and stopped and looked at me. In the house I saw 2 mink playing around,then the adult went out again and dissapeared into the woods. The young beaver was out playing around the lodge next. And went for a swim around the area. Later on we had 2 adult beavers in another area. Almost got wet when we came up on that pair when the one slapped that tail on the water to our arrival.