Hiding in Plain Sight
These clever creatures are truly masters of disguise!
Capturing amazing images of clever critters that are masters of disguise!
Cathy Martin of Miramichi, N.B., writes, “Along the banks of the Miramichi River, you will find concerned citizens who buy the proper feed for the ducks and geese that populate our rivers and streams. This little lady sat so prettily before me that I snapped many photos of her—this is my favourite.“
While hiking in nearby King’s Forest Park, Michael Hunter of Hamilton, Ont., was able to spot and snap a pic of this almost invisible eastern screech owl!
QUICK LIKE A BUNNY
Julie Hayes of Chapleau, Ont., snapped this photo near Bruce Mines, Ont. “Blending into its surroundings, we almost didn’t spot this little sweetheart,“shares Julie. “Luckily, it struck a pose long enough for me to capture a few shots.“
Brenda Doherty of Ariss, Ont., says, “I captured this shot one beautiful morning at Snyder’s Flats in Bloomingdale, Ont. I was just driving in to the conservation area, when I spotted this deer. I stopped the car, rolled down the window and quickly took a picture.“
FROGS ON A LOG
Mel Diotte of Lasalle, Ont., writes, “I took this pic at Point Pelee National Park and was amazed at how many frogs were sharing this log. How many do you see?“
SNAP TO IT!
Brad Maloney of Clarenville, N.L., writes, “I love this photo because I love everything to do with the sea—even the simplicity of this crab is beautiful to me. There is nothing more fascinating than what our waters hold.”
Leah Crump of Okotoks, Alta., captured this image of a huge but well-camouflaged toad while hiking at nearby Sheep River Falls.
Cheryl Walsh of Milton, Ont., shares this amazing photo, taken in Halton Hills, Ont., of a baby snapping turtle fresh out of its egg!