2016 wildlife images – some of my favourites from the past year

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Christopher Martin Photography

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I love photographing wildlife, whether it’s a frigid morning, a warm afternoon, blizzards, or whatever, you will usually find me with a smile on my face.  I put this gallery together of my favourite images from those times over the past year.

The 2016 highlights started with snowy owls on the prairie, in March was a wolf pack’s takedown of an elk in Banff and eagles migrating through the high meadows east of Crowsnest Pass, my first visit to Yellowstone National Park in May was wonderful, summer saw the bears in buffalo berry patches throughout Kananaskis, Banff and Jasper, birds migrating along the Bow River in early fall provided some great opportunities and the year wound down, as it started, with snowy owls east of Calgary.

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Throughout the year I spend an enormous amount of time hanging out with the great gray owls who have allowed me to photograph them for several…

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Wow great Vikas and what an awesome photography you have taken of the polar bears and the bird nicely in their environment.

    1. No I didn’t take these pictures, all image credit goes to its original Photographer 🙂 anyways so many thanks for a beautiful comment and visit 🙂

      1. Welcome you can tell the photographer that people have appreciated his photography.

Many Many thanks for your visit and support comment :)

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