OCT 12-16 2023
There are many things to love about Saskatchewan, dramatic light, wide open skies, genuine hospitality and of course the birding. I hadn't visited Saskatoon since 1979. My only recollections were the bridges, and a University.
|St John's Anglican Cathedral.|
|Thousands of Snow Geese on one of the many lakes we passed on our search for whoopers.|
Three Whoopers landed close enough for photographs.
Whooping Crane Migration Map
|Always alert to any danger this family of Whooping Cranes had radio transmitters.|
|Blackstrap Reservoir, |
Stop-off for migrating Snow Geese, Tundra Swans, shorebirds and assorted ducks species.
|Among the thousands of Snow Geese were the smaller Ross's Geese seen here on the edge of the flock.|
|Sarah with Trent with one of his free libraries.|
|Osprey at the Water Treatment Plant|
|A White-tailed Jackrabbit speeds along a sub-division in Saskatoon.|
|A White-tailed Jackrabbit pauses under a street light before disappearing into the night.|
|Merlin at John Avant Park.|
"Make it happen, it's never too late"