It’s New Years Day, and with a bright new year dawning, I felt it was time to look back at 2017 – events, experiences, but mainly my favourite birds and photos from the year. I hope you enjoy this collection – a bit long, but I couldn’t leave any out!
Policeman’s Creek Trail:
Trip of a Lifetime (Southern Alberta)
As for my favourite birding experiences? Well, the first of the year was a trip to Waterton area, followed by an amazing time with some Sharp-tailed Grouse in April. The Great Canadian Birdathon (part one and part two) was great as usual, and the “Trip of a Lifetime” (parts one and two) lived up to its name. Ontario was fun if not particularly productive, and this year’s Canmore Christmas Bird Count was miles above that of 2016. All in all, 2017 was a stunning year, but with hopeful thoughts of Long Point, Southern Alberta (again!), and maybe even California, 2018 promises to excite. Here’s to the New Year!
5 thoughts on “2017 – Looking Back on my Favourite Photos From the Past Year”
Wonderful photos indeed., Ethan. The Grouse is such a fancy bird. 🙂
These photos really are excellent, Ethan. Well done! I LOVE the Bohemian Waxwing with the berry in its mouth. Love it. Can’t wait to see what you come out with in 2018!
Thank you! I’m looking forward to the new year!