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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21Nov/15

Harlequin Duck at the Ile de la Visitation Nature Park

Nature continues to impress us at the Île de la Visitation Nature Park. Ornithologists and wildlife photographers alike all remember the visit of the female harlequin duck in 2013. At the time

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28Aug/15

The Hawk Moth Caterpillar and the Parasitic Wasp Eggs

The vast majority of wasps are parasitoids. They practice the grisly art of body-snatching. They lay their eggs in the bodies of other living animals to provide their newly hatched larvae a fresh supply

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04Aug/15

Cross Polarized Caterpillars – Macro PhotographY

Last year I presented you pesto, my test model for cross polarization. I used my little feathered friend to adequately test and fine tune my flash setup. This year I did a bit of

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10Jul/15

Infrared Ghost Hunting with Steve Troletti

If you’re looking to give your images a surreal look, Infrared photography is probably one of your best bets. Yesterday I decided to head out to the cemetery and create some spooky

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04Jul/15

Happy Independence Day America – 4th of July 2015

It’s my first entry on the new blog site and I’m glad to be able to take advantage of this occasion to wish all of my fellow Americans a Happy Independence Day on

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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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08Apr/15

A bevy of Herons – A Great start to Spring

This weekend we got to witness some Great Blue Herons that had just arrived around the Greater Montreal area. The usual spots along the St Lawrence. Overly crowded with weekend park-goers and photographers,

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23Mar/15

UdeM University of Montreal Peregrine Falcons Nestbox WEB CAM

Peregrine Falcon in rehabilitation – Volerie des Aigles, Kintzheim CastlePeregrine Falcon in rehabilitation – Volerie des Aigles, Kintzheim Castle VISIT THE MAIN PAGE FOR ALL THE DETAILS REGARDING SPIRIT, ROGER AND THEIR

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16Mar/15

Sauvons les Renards du Jardin botanique de Montréal avant qu’il ne soit trop tard

Petite mise à jour: Article de Jacques Dancosse, vétérinaire et conseiller scientifique au Biodôme de Montréal. Nourrir les animaux sauvages… une bonne idée? Publier le mars 2015. Renard roux – mâle à l’automne J’ai

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