Kokanee, a resident of Muskoka Wildlife Centre at Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada. This Mountain Lion lives in a large enclosure with his best friend, Kootenay, a black bear. …morehere, Cycroft Photoblog: Photo of Mountain Lion.
This smart looking fellow, a Rose-breasted Grosbeak (Pheucticus ludovicianus), showed up in my backyard last year… More here, Cycroft Photoblog: Rose-Breasted Grosbeak.
This is Fern, she’s a rare colour phase of Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) called “silver”,… more here, Cycroft Photoblog: Red Fox.
Taken at Muskoka Wildlife Centre near Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada. This is Luna, a female Saw-whet Owl (Aegolius acadicus)—she’s about the size of a coffee cup and not a large one at that. …more here, Cycroft Photoblog: Saw-Whet Owl.
Taken at Muskoka Wildlife Centre near Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada. Would have been nice to be allowed inside the enclosure to take photos—no wire fences to deal with (just kidding). …more here, Cycroft Photoblog: Cougar.
This Gray Wolf (Canis lupus) was seen at Muskoka Wildlife Centre near Gravenhurst, Ontario. …more here, Cycroft Photoblog: Portrait of a Gray Wolf.
Sometimes on a photo walk or when out looking for birds to photograph, one has to take what’s there and make the best of it—or go home empty handed. …more here, Cycroft Photoblog: Distant Birds.
The Blue Jay (Cyanocitta cristata) has recently become a fairly common sight in my backyard…. more here, Cycroft Photoblog: Blue Jay.
So many of these beauties around these days, but I can’t resist the Northern Cardinal (Cardinalis cardinalis) when I’m out for a stroll on a nature trail. See photos here, cycroft-photography.blogspot.ca.
This Gray Catbird (Dumetella carolinensis) showed some real trust as he/she landed on Denisé’s hand to take some offered seed. This is breeding season and I suppose they’ll take risks for the sake of the hatchlings/fledglings.