This GHO was in front of two full colour maple trees, one red one yellow. Could not ask for a better background for such a majestic bird.
This little guy was accommodating as could be. I was shocked when I was able to create this image and get the fish. They are so lightning fast that it was a real challenge.
This awesome bird put on quite a show while in the Viera Wetlands. An aligator had managed to catch a Coot and was trying to deal with that, and this Caracara waltzed up to it and removed a good chunk of meat from the fresh kill and walked off to eat it.
This cormorant had been fishing and was drying on the stump.
A mature barn owl doing what they do best, and loving it.
This is Maggie, she's a Black Lab a friend of mine owns. She's an absolute goon. I think she actually licked her own eyeball.
This Anhinga parent was calling out to its mate to bring more food for the (pretty only to them) babies.
This Lynx is a captive rescue at the Muskoka Wildlife Center. This poor cat was someones pet and abused. It is a fantastic cat, very friendly but unable to live in the wild.
This female was hunting vigorously like she was getting ready to head north. Would have loved better wing position but the eye and dripping feet made me keep this image.
This is probably the most classic type of Snowy shot, but it has to be done. Pretty late afternoon, we were going to have no light in a couple of minutes and I was lucky to get this bird hit by God light.
This kitten just appeared as I was checking out the neighbours horses. Very cute and surprisingly cooperative.