The eyes have it
A beaver's head is reflected in the smooth waters of Nadeau Pond near Big Lake
In the shade of late evening I surprised a beaver on the opposite bank of the Sturgeon River, it quickly slides into the water and swims off, but takes care to take its hard earned tee branch with it.
A beaver enters the Sturgeon River at dusk
On the move
This snowshoe hare moved slow enough through the underbrush for me to get some close up photos
Usually quick to scurry into the underbrush this Snowshoe Hare decided to take a closer look at what was blundering through the bush, so after many years of trying I finally got a half decent shot.
A muskrat swims through reflections of fall foliage in the J Poole wetland near Big Lake
A muskrat in the early morning sun at the J Poole wetland near Big Lake
Taken at the J Poole wetland, Lois Hole Centennial Provincial Park
All in a days work
Illuminated by the late evening sun, a beaver harvests a willow from the bank of Big Lake and tows it back to its lodge on the bank of the Sturgeon River
A muskrat swims into the scene
An American Coot chick hangs out in the J Poole wetland
Taking breakfast in the wetland
A young squirrel's curiosity overcomes any fear it may have had to give the photographer a really good look.
A beaver swims over to take closer look at a new apparition on the river bank, the light of the coming sunset reflecting off the water's surface gives the impression of swimming in a pool of gold
A beaver swims through reflections from the opposite bank of the Sturgeon River
A beaver gives me the eye one evening on the Sturgeon River
A jack rabbit uses its spring camouflage to (unsuccessfully) conceal its location in a meadow of wild rose and raspberry canes
A jack rabbit keeps watch from its cover deep in the bush
At the end of March the Jack Rabbits are in process of losing their winter camouflage but still blend with their surroundings