Near Mount Nansen, Yukon.
Serpentine Hot Springs
I like the pose
Taken in the Newfoundland Avalon Barrens.
Grassy Pass, Denali Park Road
An excellent day in Alberta is defined by an intimate moment such as when you see a Woodland Caribou. Such was the case yesterday when this young buck and his buddy jogged through a farm field in front of me near manning. The Manning herd is rumoured to have only twenty-five remaining in it and is one of Alberta's most endangered. I felt extremely honoured to have had a chance to take this one's photograph as it stopped for a moment to see how it's buddy is making out..
Caribou (North America) refers to any of several North American subspecies, ecotypes, populations, and herds of the species Rangifer tarandus. In North America caribou range in size from the smallest, the Peary caribou, to the largest, the boreal woodland caribou. The North American range of caribou extends from Alaska, through the Yukon, the Northwest Territories, Nunavut, into the boreal forest and south through the Canadian Rockies and the Columbia and Selkirk Mountains. Barren-ground, Porcupine caribou and...