|This is what the fox looked like when first captured. Thanks to Toronto Wildlife Centre he was released back into the wild.|
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Sunday, May 27, 2012
|He didn't waste any time|
|Off to neighbours house - gone|
|Thank you to everyone who particpated.|
A GREAT HOLIDAY WITH MOM AND JULIE AT ALGONQUIN PARK. WE WANTED A COUPLE OF MOOSE AND WE GOT 10 OF THEM. A WONDERFUL VACATION.
|My mom, daughter Julie and behind them a moose|
|Julie shooting the mist over the water - 6am|
|Nana and Julie and another moose|
|Julie - is now in love with my camera|
|Male hummingbird at the hotel|
|Julie watching moose|
|The last moose of the trip. 8am in morning. We were on the road for home by 9:am|
|We got up at 5:45am so we would be on the road to look for moose at 6am.|
This young moose was on the right side of the hill in full sun light.
Julie and I went out and started to take photos
|Suddenly my mom started knocking on the car window and pointing to the side of the hill. Over the hill come the female moose|
|She went right up to the baby and they nuzzled. This is a full frame shot.|
|For over 1/2 hour we watched the moose stop and eat in the marsh, wander further down the road|
|And then into the bush.|
We saw 6 total that morning.