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D.Arndt
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I am wildlife (and more specifically, bird) photographer, and also blog. I've added the links to my photostream and blog at the bottom. The closest bird sanctuary, Inglewood Bird Sanctuary, is probably well known to at least visitors to the area. Banff National Park, Peter Loughheed Provincial Park, Dinosaur Provincial Park, and the Important Bird Area, Frank Lake, are within an hour to two hours drive from here, and I am well versed in the bird life in all of these areas. I've been birding in the Calgary area for 3 years, and leading guided walks with the Friends of Fish Creek Provincial Park for 2. I've got extensive knowledge of the Calgary area, and have seen over 250 species within the Calgary area, and nearly 300 in Alberta. website: http://www.birdscalgary.com photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ubermoogle/



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