Paula Wild, my friend and award winning author recently updated her website – check it out here: paulawild.ca Paula’s new book – Return of the Wolf (Conflict and Coexistence) will be available in print and electronic form in October. I can hardly wait. One of my pictures is going to be featured along with an excerpt. Thank you Paula, for telling this important story!
My image will be featured in Paula Wild’s new book, due to come out this October – “Return of the Wolf” couldn’t be a more timely book, as reports of human encounters with Wolves become more frequent, Return of the Wolf will offer a timely examination of this icon of the wilderness. Find out more here: douglas-mcintyre.com/…/return-of-the-wolf
This makes two months in a row now, April and May that I have been lucky enough to see and photograph wild Wolves. I’m getting closer and closer to “the shot” I want. I was pretty far out when I created this image before the Wolf ran off. That’s a good thing though, to know that it was not habituated or tolerant of human presence.
Please watch, like and share! Again, I’m honored to continue to support Sadie Parr and the work being done by Wolf Awareness Inc. My friend and Filmmaker Paul Novy from Iceberg Films did an exceptional job capturing the presentation on January 27th.
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Wolf Awareness Inc. Executive Director, Sadie Parr was interviewed today by The Comox Valley Record. One of my Wolf images was selected as the feature image for the article: comoxvalleyrecord.com/â€¦/wolf-biologist-to-speak-in-courtenay If you’re in the Vancouver Island region towards the end of the month, join Sadie for a special presentation: Let’s Talk Wolf – Behind the Smokescreen
My friend and Biologist Sadie Parr from Wolf Awareness Inc. will be offering a presentation discussing the science, ethics, and ecology regarding B.C.’s Wolf kill program. Admission is free, seating is limited, so RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org Time: January 27th, 2018 – 1:00 pm Location: The Fallen Alders Community Halls – 3595 Royston Road, Courtenay, British Columbia (One of my Wolf images will be available at auction with 100% of proceeds going towards… Read More
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Celebrating all Wolves! Visit wolfawarenessinc.org for more information.
After a relaxed 13 km paddle, the last thing a person wants to find on their camping beach is a group of teenagers with shabby power boats that cost much less than your first car, loud music and chainsaws! Needless to say I didn’t stay on the Stud Islets and for good reason. I found a much more “friendly” alternative which is all I can say so as not to disclose the… Read More
Category: Adventures and Expeditions, Friends Tags: Alex Honnold, Bamfield, Barkley Sound, BCMTN, British Columbia, British Columbia Marine Trail Network, Camping, Cougar, Deer Group, Humpback Whale, Kayaking, Marina, Poett Nook, Robber's Passage, Sea Arch, Sea Kayaking, Stud Islets, Trevor Channel, Tzartus Island, Vancouver Island, Whale, Wolves
The small silver Pacific Herring (Clupea pallasii) is considered a foundation species for the B.C. coast because of the contribution it makes as an ecosystem driver for both the marine and terrestrial realms. In early spring, the annual herring spawn provides a rush of nutrients at a critical time of year to a plethora of wildlife, including seabirds, marine mammals, wolves and bears. Herring may spawn up to ten times in their lives…. Read More
Fairy Lake is a BC Forest Service campground located five km northeast of Port Renfrew. It is accessed from Port Renfrew via Harris Main, a dirt and gravel logging road. The area of the lake is 82.3 acres and it has an approximate depth of 16 feet. There are hiking trails in the area as well as trail bike riding, and other outdoor activities. It’s a very tranquil setting. Once you set… Read More
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