This article was written for the Explore magazine's Live the Adventure Club according to their winter challenge of 2020-21. I was able to win runners up prize in the contest. As a member of the Club, keeping the limitations imposed by the COVID-19 protocols and regional lockdown, I did lot of hiking with my buddy … Continue reading Live the adventure – Winter 2020-21 Challenge
Please enjoy some shots of individuals and mated pairs of Trumpeter swans, which I took while hiking with K2, the great white Kuvasz, in Hendrie Valley Wildlife Sanctuary and LaSalle Park in Burlington and in Lakefront Promenade Park in Mississauga. These big birds can fly What are those tags for? There are more than 1,000 … Continue reading Ontario’s Trumpeter swans – why are they tagged and banded?
Aah those Mute swans! They are invasive and aggressive, but Majestic. They are not afraid of humans and even our big dog, who comes from a livestock guardian dogs breed. K2 and I took these shots in LaSalle Park in Burlington; Bronte Creek in Oakville; Rhododendron Gardens in Mississauga; and Col Samuel Smith Park and … Continue reading Hiking with K2 and observing Mute swans