A mallard hen takes her 11 ducklings out for a swim.
A common loon swimming and fishing on the river.
A red-wing black bird perched on a tree.
A great blue heron flying through the blue sky.
This is the first I have seen this type of duck in the river. I believe this is a ring-necked duck.
Portrait of a wolf and two young wolves playing.
Brown bear hanging out in a tree.
A female great blue heron watching over the nest.
Great blue herons are soaring through the spring blue sky.
A mother mallard and her duckling swimming down the river.
Thousands to Canada geese landed on the frozen river behind my house last night.
A timber wolf on the hunt for lunch.
Here is a female great blue heron in the rookery rearranging her nest to sit on the eggs.
The robins are busy in my backyard catching worms for dinner.
Another sign of spring, the robin's have returned.
As signs of spring slowly emerge, the snow melts once again, some days are warmer and the lot of rain. The male wild turkeys are displaying their tail feathers in a dance to attract the females. This photograph was taken with my Canon 7D Mark II and a Sigma 150-600 mm lens set at 300 mm. The shutter speed was set at 1/400 second, the aperture was set at f6.3 and the ISO was set at 6400 in the low light of the morning.
The snow has returned once more for this year. I woke to a winter wonderland of snow covering virtual everything.