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N 92 B 1.7K C 8 E Jun 13, 2020 F Jun 15, 2020
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Terrenceville, Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada

Yesterday I returned from a three day trip out to Terrenceville, Newfoundland. There is something about this location that connects me more to nature then anywhere else. I have had my most memorable wildlife encounters there and each trip I am left with a full heart and a more intimate connection with the wildlife that inhabit its surroundings. This recent trip was all about the Song Birds and it was my first time really scouting the area for song birds. I certainly was not disappointed and came away with a lot of great memories and images. Hopefully I will get a chance in the coming days to put together a more detailed blog post for all of you. Here is an image of the vibrant Wilson Warbler which I struggle to get images of near my hometown so I am stoked to have captured this image.

N 2 B 519 C 4 E Sep 24, 2010 F Sep 29, 2010
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Slowly I moved in for a closer look at the large bull. He was very focused on the female in front of him. I moved along the left hand side watching him behind two trees. As I moved along I kept in mind that I needed to leave a large enough tree between him and me. With those thoughts running through my head he took one glace at me right after this pic. Then made a grunt and I just knew what was coming next. He took two steps from behind the trees, looked at me and then with all his power came charging right at me. As fast as I could I jumped behind the tree in front of me. I'm sure the charge was just a warning because he backed off once he reached the tree but GOD WHAT A RUSH. I was so pumped up. Nikole and France were so surprised by my reaction I think as they probably thought I would have been scared. I think they wanted to smack me up side the head. Oh well ladies I dont think you will find another photographer as stupid as me to get you such a cool experience... :)

In my comment you can see a photo just as he charges me..ahahaha

N 90 B 909 C 5 E Jun 17, 2020 F Oct 30, 2020
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Conception Bay South, Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada

Of course like most of you I prefer some eye contact from my subject when taking a portrait of that subject. In this case while going over the various frames I captured of this Yellow-bellied Flycatcher I decided on this frame where it appears to be eye balling something on the perch...can you see what it is?

N 8 B 1.3K C 10 E Jun 12, 2013 F Jun 12, 2013
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First off I want to let everyone know I did alot of planning so that I'm able to photography and enjoy this beautiful couple with out disturbing them in anyway. I've watched this couple for about 3 years now and this is the first year that I've setup a proper blind so that I can enter and leave the nesting area without disturbing them.
I enjoyed them for about three hours a few weeks back. The male landed on the nest about 4 times with nesting material. To be honest I think she actually wanted food because she didnt seem all that happy when he came with sticks and continued to yell at him.
This is my last post for about two weeks. Hopefully returning with some new lifers and if not then I will return refreshed and ready to return to the nest to photograph some beautiful babies to share with all of you.
Tare care for now everyone and I will keep checking everyones beautiful images while im away.

N 72 B 1.7K C 7 E Aug 22, 2019 F Nov 19, 2019
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Terrenceville, Newfoundland, Canada

Over the years I have been fortunate to have spend many hours with the Bald Eagles that live in and around the Terrenceville area. I have watched many of the young eaglets grow in to masters of the sky. This particular Juvenile Bald Eagle was born this past summer and I got to see it at various stages of its growing process. On this particular morning I was able to make a slow approach and grab this portrait as it scanned the open waters for a potential meal.


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