Author Archives: Pierre Dunant
Passerin Indigo – Indigo Bunting On dirait que je suis devenu photographe d’oiseaux uniquement…quand les sujets sont si beaux et nombreux on ne se plaint pas! It would seem I’ve become a bird photographer, but when the subjects are so … Continue reading
Little hummer, under the feeder, tired from from all that humming, I think I’ll name him Humzalot! 😉
Moucherolle Tchébec. Je préfère de loin le nom de cet oiseau en Français. En Anglais il se nomme ‘least flycatcher’ – ‘least’ = ‘moindre’, inacceptable!
We had time to go for a walk on the mountain last evening, between two storm clouds.
Perkin’s Cove, Maine, after the rain…
About a year ago, at Oka park, I spotted my first ever rose-breasted grosbeak. I was taking pictures with my macro lens when movement overhead drew my attention. Wow! With my eye on him and his on me, I fumbled … Continue reading
It’s been about a week now that this bluebird has been making daily visits to the fence around the neighbour’s blueberry patch. Approaching him has been a challenge, to say the least, as there is no cover other than a … Continue reading
A new start…a dream come true? Life in Rigaud with LKM, here we go!
This one is from last fall. Parc du Mont Saint Bruno in the old orchard. I think I’ve been spotted!