Feb 28, 2011

Predator In Pursuit


Predator In Pursuit, originally uploaded by Megan Lorenz.

Tundra Wolf at Triple D
Kalispell, Montana

Feb 26, 2011

Scratch The Itch


Scratch The Itch, originally uploaded by Megan Lorenz.

Great Blue Heron
Algonquin Provincial Park
Ontario, Canada

Feb 20, 2011

Pretty Puffins


Pretty Puffins, originally uploaded by Megan Lorenz.

Atlantic Puffins - Newfoundland

Feb 18, 2011

Sea Parrot


Sea Parrot, originally uploaded by Megan Lorenz.

I love these little guys. Can't wait to get back to Newfoundland....if you're interested in seeing them for yourself, join our workshop in July:

http://www.naturesphotoadventures.com/index.php?pr=Newfoundland

Feb 14, 2011

South Africa & Botswana with NPA


KRUGER NATIONAL PARK WITH NATURE'S PHOTO ADVENTURES: August 14th - 20th, 2011

Spend your days photographing Africa's Big Five and so much more in Kruger National Park, South Africa. Did you know that Kruger has more species of wildlife than any other game sanctuary in Africa? http://www.naturesphotoadventures.com/Kruger_Extension.php


BOTSWANA: August 21st - September 1, 2011.
Spend your days on a boat custom-made for photography on one of the most wildlife rich rivers in Africa. Optional Game Drives available. http://www.naturesphotoadventures.com/Botswana.php


NHO


NHO, originally uploaded by Megan Lorenz.

Ready for take-off :)

Feb 10, 2011

5 Seconds Of Fame


5 Seconds Of Fame, originally uploaded by Megan Lorenz.

My sister lives in Calgary and happened to see this ad on a passing bus. So Charlie got his 5 seconds of fame....or less depending on how fast the bus was going ;)

Digitex Copiers & Fax Inc. is the largest privately owned Canon, Sharp, Ricoh and Lexmark dealer in Canada and have been in business since 1996. They have offices in Red Deer, Edmonton, Fort McMurray and Calgary.

Feb 7, 2011

Boreal Beauty


Boreal Beauty, originally uploaded by Megan Lorenz.

The Northern Hawk Owl can detect prey by sight at a distance of up to 800 meters (half a mile).

Though it is thought to detect prey primarily by sight, the Northern Hawk Owl can find and seize prey under 30 cm (1 foot) of snow.

Feb 5, 2011

Hungry Hunter


Hungry Hunter, originally uploaded by Megan Lorenz.

Over the last week I spent several days in a field on private property with this Northern Hawk Owl (with the owner's permission)...from sunrise to sunset in the cold and windy weather just hoping for some luck. Some days he sat on the hydro wires all day and didn't provide any photographic opportunities, but on this day he was actively trying to hunt (albeit failing miserably) and moved to lower perches.