Saturday, November 23, 2013

Some Views, and Wildlife Of the Vermilon River.

 I was initially going to publish an ecological post, but the weather has been so awful ranging from wind warnings, rain warnings, and a blizzard accompanied by a quick 12 degree drop with wind chills of -24C that I decided to publish some of my fall photos. Opposite River fog, and sun.
Remember you can click for the slide show.




This female Hairy was actually taken today while she foraged in the tree. A post to Our World Tuesday, WBW Id Rather Be Birdin
On the Downstroke.




Raven in flight.





More fog and sun.




Sparrow



Wild Sunflowers.





Sparrow in strange lighting.





Same female Hairy, but head on.




Sparrow.





Nashville Warbler in the fog.




Red Squirrel in Black Spruce Tree.





White Crown Sparrow  




Foggy scene






Sparrow in fog and sun.




Berries turning.




The foggy mornings were really cold.




Fog and clouds.




Tasty lunch.




Warbler in flight.



When the fog burns off, the day is bright.





Warbler in birch tree.





White Crown Sparrow in sun.



Practise flight.





Sloppy eater.





More Fog





Posing Warbler




Nashville Warbler in misty light.





Fall reflection.





White Crown Sparrow

48 comments:

  1. Beautiful array of all natural, thanks Gary,

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  2. A beautiful serie! Great photowork!

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  3. Great set of photos, love the wee fellow up a tree, I would be losing some food too if perched so precariously, your timing was right on the spot. Greetings, Jean. p.s. wrap up extra warmly..

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  4. Hi Gary. I love.all the shot of scenes with fog in them. boy, it is cold there! great selection of birds also.

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  5. Soulpictures, I love them all, thank you so much for sharing with us♥

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  6. Good Morning, Gary! I love the foggy scenes and the flight shots. The squirrel is a cutie too, wonderful variety of birds. Great series!

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  7. Love the woodpecker and the raven in flight!!! Gary, you've been missed....I always enjoy your posts of nature...so, just had to search you out and get back to visiting with you if you don't mind.

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  8. ps...now I see you did link up today at the Bird D'Pot. I'm pleased you could rejoin.

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  9. Wonderful shots, I can't pick a favorite, they're all so enjoyable! Thank you Gary!

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  10. A great mix of pictures Gary. Something for everyone there.

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  11. Beautiful series! I love the foggy scenes and the woodpecker.

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  12. beautiful foggy landscapes. great set of birds, too. but the sloppy eater cracked me up. :) nice one, gary.

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  13. Great series Gary! Love the misty scenes! Yes, our weather here is nasty too, got heaps on snow!

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  14. Wonderful, foggy captures and beautiful birds as always!, Gary! Hope you have a great week!

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  15. A wonderful series of nature photos! You live in a really beautiful place on earth!

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  16. I always enjoy the walk through your world via your gorgeous photos!

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  17. winter has arrived in your neck of the woods. splendid birds shots as always.

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  18. These photos are wonderful, I love these beautiful images of nature!

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  19. Your posts are always ecological ... in that anyone who sees your lovely pictures would certainly want to take good care of Mother Earth. I have missed sharing your walks and am glad you're back. I hope your weather clears up a little and gets back to Fall...it seems too early for Winter.

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  20. Wonderful sequence of shots. I love seeing all the birds.

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  21. The fog in the first photo (and a couple of others) looks like low-flying cloud, but the fog on the water looks like a magical mist. Gorgeous pictures, Gary. I love the birds and squirrels.
    K

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  22. Brrr - keep warm! What a lovely set of shots.

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  23. The recent weather sounds terrible but the wildlife is beautiful

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  24. Wonderful spot and beautiful bird watching!

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  25. Hi! Nice captures. I like your foggy scene photos. Thanks for sharing.

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  26. I do like the woodpeckers

    Stewart M

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  27. Great post and photos Gary.. about time for "freeze up"

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  28. Beautiful. And how's your new canine buddy Bob doing?

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  29. Very nice pictures !
    It's not so easy to find your blog link on Google+ I don't like it it's only a loss of time.

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  30. 12 degree drop. Yikes! Love the squirrel shots framed with bristling tails.

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  31. Great photos......love the woodpeckers!
    I agree with Gattina,searching on Google+ is time consuming and sometimes I just pass....

    Enjoy your week,
    Ruby

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  32. Eine wunderbare Serie von Tierbildern und Landschaften !
    Schönen Gruß,
    Luis

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  33. Wonderful series. Gary did you know you have a popup on your page that comes up.

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  34. Always, beautiful bird watching.. sounds a nice place for bird watching...

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  35. Gorgeous photos of the birds, Gary, and the reflections are beautiful with those colors!

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  36. I like your exciting pictures, enjoyed the whole series.

    Ottar

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  37. You have such a keen eye. Thanks for these glimpses of your natural world. The bird shots are so immediate, I feel like I am right there when I look at them.

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  38. Where are you, are you doing OK, what about your new pal...I hope you both are doing fine~

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  39. Hi Gary - are you still out there? Long time between contacts.

    Stewart M - Melbourne

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  40. Hi Gary, your photos are gorgeous. Haven't seen any posts from you in a few months, I hope things are O.K. with you. Greetings from Montreal.

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