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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Thursday, March 12, 2015


As winter draws near the end the snowies will be heading back north to their homes to breed. There is nothing better than to sit quietly watching a snowy hunt. NO baiting necessary. Patience is all that is needed and respect. Keep your distance and just watch. I was blessed with an opportunity with this owl to watch it hunt 5 times. I stood by my car and just watched as it hunted and caught rodents under the snow. It was a tough winter for these birds and many other birds and animals. As a birder or photographer,BE RESPONSIBLE. Do not follow,harass in any way,bait or chase an owl. It needs to hunt,it needs to conserve its strength to do so. It's life depends on it. You also can be charged under "hunting" in the wildlife act. Many an owl that has been baited is hit by cars. Becoming used to humans and associating them with food. They do not fear cars,they have none where they come from. They don't fear humans as they don't see them. They come here to find food to survive when their food is scarce. And if left alone they will do just that. Some do not make it. Some get hit by cars. Lucky ones get saved and rehabbed to become healthy magnificent owls again, to be released back to the wild. Others die and become food for other wildlife. Mother nature's way. Please be respectful to these birds and others. You will be rewarded.

All photos are copy-right of Jennifer Howard.

Haliburton Forest & Wildlife Reserve

Another Haliburton adventure is going to see the wolves. This 10 month old is the only survivor from last years pups. But what a beauty he ( Onyx ) is turning into. Luna is in heat again and the mood is certainly clear. A must see experience. A great way to learn about an animal that is so badly misunderstood

Dog sled adventure

New year and new adventure. My son & I went to the Haliburton Forest & Wildlife Reserve and gave our hand at dog sledding. It was amazing. Siberian husky s are so beautiful and so friendly. We did the introductory tour,an hour through a 10 km trail in the woods. The back to the dog kennels where many dogs are housed. Met the girls and the pups. Oh my. What precious pups. I highly recommend it to anyone wanting a winter adventure.