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Photographs of Plants, Wildlife & Landscapes

The best images are posted on this site as individual featured journal entries. Alongside these we showcase some small themed collections (12-20 photographs max). Short comments, not many words.

RICHARD GREGSON • SPARROWORKS WILDLIFE Co.

and … A Journal

The journal posts have more words, though are usually accompanied by photographs. Originally the posts were about Gardening with Wildlife – now we write about other subjects too … always something interesting, of course. Frequently related to wildlife.

You might also enjoy our other website which is more hard-core biology in its focus – see www.greenbirding.ca

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Recent Photographs & Journal Entries

Fungi in the Forest

Thursday, August 16, 2018|4 Comments

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Eastern Comma Butterfly

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Garden Splendours

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Northern Flicker

Friday, July 27, 2018|0 Comments

An early feeding trip for a local family of Northern Flickers brought three of them together into the garden this [...]

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