22Apr/20
Can we really say HAPPY EARTH DAY 2018?

Can we really say HAPPY EARTH DAY 2018?

I personally don’t think so. An immense lack of respect for our planet is truly all I see. It’s also accompanied by hypocrisy. One flagrant example would be the Îles-de-Boucherville National Park

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01Jan/18
2018 is the new beginning

2018 is the new beginning

As many of you know, I was involved in many environmental organizations around the world. From Switzerland to Canada and the United States. It’s an incredible amount of work and an incredible

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14Jun/16
Introducing the CEP Students in Switzerland to Nature and Wildlife Photography

Introducing the CEP Students in Switzerland to Nature and Wildlife Photography

One of the great experiences I’ve had in Switzerland was to introduce a class of students from the CEP School (Le Centre éducatif et pédagogique) to Nature and Wildlife Photography. The motivation

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23May/15

Lets save the Montreal Botanical Garden Red Fox before it’s too late

A little update from Space For Life, Biodome veterinarian, Jacques Dancosse. Feeding wild animals – a good idea? Published on March 30th, 2015. Adult male Red Fox For a few weeks I’ve been contemplating writing

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10Mar/15

Baited Barred Owl – Îles-de-Boucherville National Park

 <<Little update for Monday March 9th I may have underestimated the amount of energy SEPAQ is investing in this problem. Today I met with the SEPAQ Director in addition to the local

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21Oct/14
Snow Geese in Fall Migration – Réservoir Beaudet, Victoriaville

My Snow Geese image on a Billboard on Highway 20 in Quebec

You may have noticed the billboard on Highway 20. It features the fall Snow Geese Symposium in Victoriaville on October 25 and 26 at Reservoir Beaudet. Some of you have even recognized

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10Oct/14

Double-crested Cormorants and other birds suffer because of our Trash

Portrait – Double-crested Cormorant We’ve all heard of these poor albatross chicks who perish on Midway Island with stomachs full of plastic waste. Clouds of micro-plastics in the center of the Pacific Ocean. One thing is certain, the plastic waste that pollutes the waters of the Pacific Ocean around Midway Island is not created by

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25Sep/14

Poutine the Snapping Turtle and the Penis Prolapse

THE FOLLOWING CONTENT IS NOT PORNOGRAPHIC For over a week the Chalet at the Ile de la Visitation Nature Park has been receiving reports of a Common Snapping Turtle with its intestines apparently hanging out from behind. In a very

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13Jul/14
The Dorothy Benson Trophy and the Zoology Award

The Dorothy Benson Trophy and the Zoology Award

Last May I was honored to receive the Dorothy Benson Trophy and the Zoology award form the Montreal Camera Club. Both of these awards reflect the hard work I invest in documenting

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12Jun/14
Feeding White Bread to Wild Ducks and Geese is Killing Them

Feeding White Bread to Wild Ducks and Geese is Killing Them

Lately the local Canada Geese and ducks have been parading with their newly hatched offspring. In local nature parks, you can’t keep but notice people feeding them white bread. Bread they shouldn’t

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