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We watched a Wolverine carrying a dead Hoary Marmot up a steep mountainside above Lake O’Hara in Canada’s Yoho National Park.

A portfolio of autumn photography taken during a hiking trip in Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park, located in British Columbia, Canada

An encounter with a mother Grizzly Bear and her two cubs in Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park in the Canadian Rockies.

Photographs of Wood Ducks, Hooded Mergansers, and other waterfowl taken from a low-angle viewpoint on Fawn Lake, located on Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula in the USA.

We encountered and photographed several beautiful birds within the Bristlecone Pine, Limber Pine, and Pinyon-Juniper forests high in the White Mountains of California.

Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in eastern Oregon provides one of the finest spring birding experiences in America and a visit takes you back to the landscapes of the Old West.

This morning I watched a family of four River Otters swim along the  shore of Fawn Lake, where I live in Mason County on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington. When I stepped out  on the deck to watch from above, I watched and heard one otter’s jaws crunching a fish after emerging from a dive.  Whenever I see a family of otters here, they dive closely together–usually just a few feet apart–not spreading… Read More