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Monthly Archives: March 2017
Familiarity Begets Boredom, or Does it Really?
I have always been an individual that becomes bored with anything I do, or sometimes even people I know. It is a curse in a way although it opens me up to new and exciting experiences. I move onto … Continue reading
Posted in Birds, Nature, Photography, Photos, Travel, wildlife Tagged American Robin, boredom, catbird, common birds, creative pursuits, Eastern Bluebirds, inspiration, tree swallow 11 Comments
Tundra Swans Ready to Fly to the Next Staging Spot
One of the staging areas for large groups of Tundra Swans is located at the Aylmer Wildlife Management Area in Ontario, Canada.
Posted in Nature 19 Comments
I think this rodent is such a cutie with the big bushy tail. The Red Squirrel is commonly found in Ontario, but we have them here. The bushy tail makes them adorable, but it plays an important role in their survival. They use it to … Continue reading
Posted in Nature, Photography, Photos, Travel, wildlife Tagged Algonquin Provincial Park, Red Squirrel 11 Comments