Thursday, June 19, 2014

So many species, so little time!

It's peak season in Ontario for breeding birds, wildflowers, lush green vegetation, reptiles and amphibians. There's never enough time to sleep at this time of year for a nature photographer!

Here are a few photos from the past week. 

Blanding's Turtle, a threatened species in Ontario. Muskoka area.
Gear: Canon 5d3 & Sigma 120-300/2.8 with 25mm extension tube. 

Brewster's Warbler (Blue-winged x Golden-winged hybrid),  Muskoka area.
Gear: Canon 1d4 with 500/4 IS II & 1.4x. 

Prairie Warbler, Georgian Bay Islands National Park
Gear: Canon 1d4 with 500/4 IS II & 1.4x. 

Upland Sandpiper, Carden Alvar
Gear: Canon 1d4 with 500/4 IS II 


  1. Hey Ethan!
    I hope you're keeping well!
    I hear you when it comes to this time of year, so many species and places, Georgian Bay, Muskoka, Algonquin, and so little time. So many decisions!

  2. Good to hear from you Malcolm! Awesome time of year up here!
    Let's get together for a beer one of these days!

  3. Wow! amazing photography. i am also into aerial photography and love to click the photographs of beautiful birds. Thanks for sharing.

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