This past week, we once again visited the Nipissing area of Ontario, and while I read and watched my husband enjoy his fishing, we were able to see some wildlife. Pardon the photo quality – they were taken while in the car, or bouncing over the waves in the boat!
I’ve never seen a moose before in the wild, and this one was pretty far away across a field. He blends in to the background a little bit – so he’s hard to make out – but I have enlarged him as best as I can. It would be nice to see his antlers in the picture, but no such luck.
This Bald Eagle sat nicely on his rock until we got close enough and it was time to get a better picture – I fumbled the picture as we got close, so this is the best I could do.
This pet rooster was not wild at all, but he chased my husband around a parking lot.
At closing time at the local dump, a large black bear brushed against our truck door, walking under the driver’s side window, and then proceeded to chow down on garbage right in front of us without a care in the world. You can see that he’s not underfed. Keep the windows and doors shut!
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2 thoughts on “Ontario Wildlife”
It was! I’m going to have to learn to take clearer pictures quickly.