Wildlife Archive

  • Tweet   I have a great appreciation for squirrels and love when I come across different squirrel species when I travel. At home, in Toronto, we have eastern grey tree squirrels. […]

    Wildlife Photos: Arctic Ground Squirrel

    Tweet   I have a great appreciation for squirrels and love when I come across different squirrel species when I travel. At home, in Toronto, we have eastern grey tree squirrels. […]

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  • Tweet One of the most common predators founds across Canada is the Red Fox. I’ve spotted them everywhere from rural BC to the big city of Toronto. This fox though was […]

    Wildlife Photo: Red Fox in PEI

    Tweet One of the most common predators founds across Canada is the Red Fox. I’ve spotted them everywhere from rural BC to the big city of Toronto. This fox though was […]

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  • Tweet   These are perhaps the world’s most interesting rodents! The Capybara comes from South America and is a bit of an oddball creature. It is the world’s largest rodent […]

    Wildlife Photo: Capybara

    Tweet   These are perhaps the world’s most interesting rodents! The Capybara comes from South America and is a bit of an oddball creature. It is the world’s largest rodent […]

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  • Tweet     Frigatebirds are some of the most interesting birds I’ve come across in the Galapagos Islands. Even after multiple visits to the islands, I still have trouble telling […]

    Wildlife Photo: Male Frigatebird

    Tweet     Frigatebirds are some of the most interesting birds I’ve come across in the Galapagos Islands. Even after multiple visits to the islands, I still have trouble telling […]

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  • Tweet   These cute little guys were scampering all around when I visited Iguassu Falls in Brazil and Argentina. I also saw them while travelling through Central America. To me, […]

    Wildlife Photo: Coati

    Tweet   These cute little guys were scampering all around when I visited Iguassu Falls in Brazil and Argentina. I also saw them while travelling through Central America. To me, […]

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