Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya. Like most cats, big and small, this male lion wasn't too keen on being out in the rain and was doing his best to shake the rain off his mane!
Red in Tooth and Claw
Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya. This male lion had killed a zebra with his brother and they were takin it in turns to feast on the carcass.
A Thrilling Glance
Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya. I saw this magnificent male lion early one morning as he was patrolling his territory with his brother. He looked right at me for one thrilling moment as he walked past.
Ready to Hunt
Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya. This handsome male is one of the very successful Coalition of Five, the largest coalition of male cheetahs ever seen on the Mara
Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya. This very comfortable looking leopard had just finished feasting on a topi. Check out the very full, slightly dangly belly!
Sunshine Coast, BC. Where forests and oceans meet, magic happens
Something in the Air
Hudson Bay, MB.
Sunset over Hudson Bay
Hudson Bay, MB. Measured by shoreline, Hudson Bay is the largest bay in the world.
Hudson Bay, Canada. This curious young female Polar Bear is exploring the shores of Hudson Bay
Schmok Lake, MB. This Barren-ground Bull Caribou of the Qamanirjuaq herd is just losing the last velvet from his antlers and will soon be ready for the fast approaching Fall rut.
Watching and Waiting
Hudson Bay, MB. In September Polar Bears on Hudson Bay spend a lot of time resting to conserve energy while they wait for the sea ice to reurn
Hudson Bay, MB. Northern Lights are caused by collisons between charged paricles from the Sun and gas molecules in the Earts atmosphere. Different gases produce different colours
Sunshine Coast, BC. Many dragonflies perch on twigs or rocks to watch for passing prey
Northern Resident Orca, Johnstone Strait, BC. This is Surf (A66) travelling through BC waters. His mother Sonora (A42) and siblings were close by.
South Luangwa NP, Zambia. Crawshay's Zebra is a distinct subspecies of zebra with more prominent black stripes than other subspecies
Sunshine Coast, BC. Canada. Though quite stately when wading through the shallows, a Great Blue Herons can capture fihsh and other prey with a lightning thrust of the neck .
Upper Sunshine Coast, BC, Canada. Black bears have short non-retractable claws that help to make them excellent tree climbers
Steller Sea Lions, Queen Charlotte Strait, BC, Canada. Sea lion haulouts are usually on remote and exposed rocks close to food sources. And they can be very noisy smelly places with everyone jostling for the best position.
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