16May/20

Outdoor adventures with Caesar the Linnie (Barred Parakeet)

Caesar came into my life at just 10 weeks old. One project I had in mind was introducing Caesar to a bird harness so that we could enjoy a whole new world of outings without having to lug around a bird carrier or a Pak-O-Bird. Pesto was already four years old when I first met him and the introduction to a harness was just not what a mature bird wanted to try and I had to respect that.

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16Oct/17

Celebrating Nikon’s 100th Anniversary with Digital Photo Magazine

For Nikon’s 100th Anniversary, Flavia Dalmasso from Oracom in Paris approached me with an interesting offer. An 8-page interview in the French Magazine “Photographie Facile les Essentiels”, an off series release of

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03May/17

Shooting Infrared with the Opteka 6.5mm f/3.5 Fisheye Lens

For the last year I’ve been playing with the 2016 update of the Opteka 6.5mm f/3.5 Manual Focus Aspherical Circular Fisheye Lens. Once manufactured side by side with the Samyang and Rockinon fisheye lenses

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21Nov/15

Arlequin plongeur au Parc nature de l’ile-de-la-visitation

La nature continue de nous impressionner au Parc-nature de l’Île-de-la-Visitation. Les Ornithologues et les photographes animaliers se souviennent tous de la visite de la femelle du canard arlequin plongeur en 2013. À l’époque

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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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27Sep/15

La chenille du papillon sphinx et les œufs de la guêpe parasitoïdes

La grande majorité des guêpes sont parasitoïdes. Elles pratiquent l’art macabre de confisquer le corps de leurs proies pour leur propre besoin de reproduction. Elles pondent leurs œufs dans les corps d’autres animaux

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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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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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10Mar/15

Chouette Rayée Appâtée — Parc national des Îles-de-Boucherville

<<Petite mise à jour du lundi 9 mars J’ai peut-être sous-estimé le niveau d’énergie que la SEPAQ investit dans ce cas. Aujourd’hui j’ai rencontré des responsables du parc ainsi que de la

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