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Thursday, 19 June 2014

Moose Sighting at Long Time No See-Um Bay

While exploring Long Time No See-Um Bay, my husband, George, spotted a moose at the far end of the bay.  The moose was leisurely eating grass.  At first we thought it was a female.  But a closer examination of the photos showed the presence of short antlers.  What an exciting time we had watching this beautiful creature up close.

It's a boy!

Male Yearling at Long Time No See-Um

From Errington's Wilderness Island

Monday, 16 June 2014

Eagle Viewing

A special thanks to Marty Mulloy and his fishing buddy, Jeff, for the tip as to where we could view a bald eagle.  The mature eagle was at Bear Point along with a juvenile eagle.  We enjoyed watching them.  Thanks again for the tip.

From Errington's Wilderness Island

Family on Timberwolf Island

A mother bear and her two cubs have been living on Timberwolf Island this spring.  We enjoyed watching her search for insects along the shoreline with her two cubs.

The two baby cubs were so cute to watch along the shoreline.  The cubs seemed uncertain about getting into the water.  It is only a matter of time before the mother will lead the two cubs on a long swim to the mainland in search of food.  Good luck little fellows in practicing your swimming.

From Errington's Wilderness Island