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Chris Shannen / 313 items

N 322 B 5.6K C 50 E Mar 30, 2019 F Mar 31, 2020
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Last March, I drove over to Algonquin to photograph Pine Martens. On the way home, I stopped at the Halliburton Wolf Center in Halliburton, Ontario.

N 155 B 4.7K C 19 E Jan 2, 2020 F Mar 2, 2020
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This bird is one of the most common in the Eastern half of the United State and Canada, so common we take this bird for granted and perhaps ignore. But when we catch the Blue Jay in the right light and in a moment of repose, they really are quite attractive. I shot this image in Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario.

N 289 B 14.2K C 29 E Dec 27, 2019 F Feb 23, 2020
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I captured this image in Michigan's Upper Peninsula near Pickford. I, along with fellow Flickr photog Brian Jones, spent Christmas Week on an owl hunt. This bird appeared on our first day.

N 255 B 6.2K C 24 E Dec 30, 2019 F Feb 23, 2020
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This is the third owl species Brian Jones and I photographed on our Christmas Week owl excursion through Michigan and Ontario. We captured him at the Canadian Raptor Conservancy.

N 243 B 6.1K C 19 E Dec 31, 2019 F Feb 23, 2020
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Brian Jones and I had heard an NHO was hanging out in Southern Ontario. One evening at dinner we asked our waitress if she had any intel on the location of this bird. She did. We found our way to the location, and the bird appeared in the marsh he had adopted for the winter by mid-morning. We along with dozens of other photographers spent the next several hours running from one end of the marsh to the other, hoping he would drop down to a level that might produce an image. While I and 15 other owl lovers were hoping he might re-mount a perch on the edge of the marsh, I saw him fly to the other side of the marsh. I followed him, hoping I could go to a point that overlooked the marsh where I might be able to see his perch. As I moved up the walk way, I saw he had perched directly over the walking path at a moment the dense cloud cover began to allow a couple rays of sunlight. I love when an owl gazes directly at me.


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