Friday, October 11, 2013

Canada - Fauna

So, I'm back from vacation. I've been running around (first with an RV than with car) in Western Canada, taking a trip from Whitehorse in the Yukon Territories down to Vancouver and Vancouver Island.

We didn't see much animals this time round, only a pair of bears (a mother with her cub), some eagles (in the wild and in a captivity (due to injury) but no moose or elk.
We spotted the grizzly with her cub and the eagle in Haines, Alaska (which is accessible by road from Whitehorse)

We saw this fellow in the Bloedel Conservatory in Vancouver, where he and some friends of his were flying around in a plexiglass triodetic dome consists of 1,490 acriylic glass bubbles.

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