Category: Nature/Scenery/Wilderness


Summer’s FINALLY over!

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A leopard trailcam selfie in India by photographer Ullas Karanth, WCS.

The McCloud River waterfall, Shasta, Trinity National Forest, by photographer Rennis Kauffman.

A reclining leopard.

Mên-an-Tol, Cornwall, England, by photographer Angela Jayne Latham.

Playtime for another leopard cub.

A meteorite streaks over Loch Ness, Dochfour, Scotland, captured by John Alasdair MacDonald.

Leopard cub belly. That is all.

The middle fork of the Gila River, Gila National Forest, New Mexico, by photographer Michael Melford.

Ever wonder what bears do when we’re not looking? These images were captured with a remote wildlife camera as various species visited a “communications” or “rub” tree in Kananaskis Country, leaving a scent as a form of communication to other bears and animals. The image data is being collected as part of a collaborative study looking at multi-species habitat use within our mountainous landscape. In addition to various wildlife species, millions of people visit Kananaskis Country each year. Alberta Parks dedicates significant efforts to maintaining a positive coexistence of wildlife and park visitors through tools such as our bear shepherding program, wildlife proof garbage bins and superior visitor education.

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