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Unique sea ducks spend breeding season in the Rockies

BANFF NATIONAL PARK — Shelley Humphries has hiked along the banks of the Bow River hundreds of times, searching for Harlequin ducks.

“We have to be stealthy,” she said Thursday as she walks near a popular spot for putting canoes into the river near Lake Louise. 995 more words

Local News

Have I told you how much I love

Have I ever told you how much I love digital photography? It wasn’t always so. But now, it’s a deep and abiding love.

Like all other photographers, when I started using a camera seriously, film was the only medium available. 626 more words


May 27, 2015 at 04:04PM

High tea (Explored! Thanks.) by Shachi Trivedi (Catching up slowly)

I had been on my feet all day and decided to rest for a while near a pond.

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I was in the swamps of northwestern Connecticut when I came across a few Mallard ducks. Mallards are pretty common around these parts so no big deal.You can see them in most parks and small ponds. 166 more words

Fine Art Photography

Preparing for Waterfowl Season with Fiocchi

As we approach the waterfowl season each year, we are often posed with the question in sales, “Which shot size do you sell the most of?”  I have access to years of our sales statistics, but there is a myriad of determining factors behind shot size choices for waterfowlers.   415 more words


Geese, Geese and More Geese: Goslings!

Canada Geese mate for life and, for the pairs that nested successfully, the 25 – 28 day incubation period is over. There are downy little goslings everywhere. 75 more words

Nature Photography