BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY


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LATE FALL VISITORS

Some years we see a few American Wigeons at the local reserve. Although quite common, we only see them occasionally in early spring or late fall. Their main breeding ground is further west and of course they’re “snowbirds”, heading south as the cold sets in. 😏 


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ONCE UPON A FROG

There’s a spot at a nearby lake where the frogs like to congregate. When we walk by it we listen for a splash and usually see a couple of frogs.  Although I’ve featured this photo before it made me smile when I came across it recently. I hope this slightly re-edited version has the same effect on you.


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WINTER WOODPECKER

We’re lucky to have downy woodpeckers here all year round as most birds migrate south during the winter.  This male downy has found some insects to eat under the bark of the tree. They’re also seen more frequently at backyard feeders this time of year.


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LATE SEASON DUCK

With snow in the forecast, opportunities like this are fading quickly. Taking a camera out in cold weather is a challenge.  My plan is to use my camera phone this winter to take some decent photos, I guess that means I’ll have to read the manual 😏