Monthly Archives: February 2020


Going for the headshot

As a continuation from my last post, I had a really great, intimate few hours with whooper swans and Lake Kussharo in Northern Hokkaido Japan. These guys were really comfortable with me and I had […]


A splendid morning at Lake Kussharo

I had a very fun week exploring Hokkaido over the Christmas holiday. While the weather did not cooperate fully for what I was looking for with the red crowned cranes, that gave me the opportunity […]


The Downy Woodpecker

The supports of Sax Zim Bog put out feeders for the non migratory birds. This draws the superstars of the show, various owls including barred, boreal, snowy, and northern hawk owls. They will return to […]


The Boreal Owl

Considered a “bucket list” bird for many, the boreal owl is one of the smaller and elusive owls in Sax Zim Bog. We drove around in the area where people indicated they saw the owl […]


Lorreta’s Feeders

The people that live in Sax Zim Bog are gracious and allow us to enjoy the wildlife in the sanctuary. Well, at least most of them (stay off of Stickney Road). One stop in particular […]


Go for the headshot

We were at Winterberry at Sax Zim Bog, coming back to photograph the barred owl. He was there because there were many smaller birds going for the feeders he could take advantage. We had both […]


First Day at Sax Zim

I have had the great opportunity to visit many of the “bucket list” wildlife photography spots around the world. One in particular on my bucket list that gets you up close in personal with some […]

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