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N 2 B 701 C 3 E May 19, 2011 F May 23, 2011
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Just got back from a trip to Bonavista. Went up to see the Puffins which we barely saw but man did we get to see so much more. This little guy had to be the highlight of the trip for sure. Jenelle spotted him on the side of the road near Cape Bonavista hunting in the small fenced off area. He stayed only for a short while but for the next three days we got to enjoy short sightings of him. One which happened this morning on our last day where we followed him back to the general area of his den. Along the way he carried one mouse then stopped and caught another right in front of us. Once we reached the Lighthouse after losing sight of him we happly saw another fox which was black and we watched him for a while. So many different moments it was crazy but in all I got to finally see a fox up close and photograph him. Couldn't ask for much better then that.

N 1 B 1.2K C 4 E Jul 4, 2013 F Jul 4, 2013
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Out of all the birds I saw in Blainville this one had to be my fav. they had such personalities and I loved there sounds. I had seen a good number of these around but it wasnt until the last day that I got this shot which I was happy with. Wasnt an easy shot as there was not much light as you can see from the stats below and that was handheld

NikonD300s, 200-400mmF4, Tele 1.4x, F5.6, ISO500, 1/160s, 550mm

N 33 B 3.4K C 9 E Jul 30, 2014 F Jul 31, 2014
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That is probably an understatment for the experience I had last night on a whale tour with a great group of photographers. I know this isnt the best image but I just wanted to give a sneak peak of things to come in the following days. I will be making a blog post about this experience.

This was shot with the D610 and 70-200mm at 70mm...so this guy was VERY close to us.

Tags:   Whale Wildlife Nature Newfoundland Nikon Zodiak Witless Bay Witless Bay

N 55 B 1.8K C 7 E Jun 21, 2019 F Jun 24, 2019
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Swift Current, Newfoundland, Canada

This past weekend my family and I headed out to Terrenceville, Newfoundland to visit my wife's family. I was excited for this trip as I recently found out that a near by community called Swift Current was a prime location for Mourning Warblers. Up until this point I had never laid eyes on one and this was the last Song Bird I was hoping to check off my Song Bird list for 2019. The weather wasn't looking great for the entire weekend except Friday morning. So off I went early that morning and found myself on a side trail off the main road just mins after sunrise. With a high ridge behind me creating shade and dense vegetation surrounding me I heard my first Mourning Warbler...moments after I captured this image which pushed the boundaries of what I would accept for image quality..this shot was taken at ISO 6400, F4 and 1/160s..but I am super happy to have captured this shot as it was one of the only good looks I got from this species all morning.


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