Babes in the Wild: 7 Photos That Celebrate Maternal Love in the Natural World
Brighten up your day with these photographs celebrating the bond between mother and child in nature.
Megan Lorenz of Etobicoke, Ont., snapped this wonderful shot, writing, “It’s always such a privilege to be accepted and able to watch a mother with her babies, like I did with this wild black bear and her cub. Black bears are such intelligent animals and the mothers show exceptional parenting skills.”
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All in the Family
Duane Larson of Prince Albert, Sask., says, “A few years ago, I came across this beautiful family on Kingsmere Lake, Sask. I have spotted quite a few moose over the years, but this was my only experience seeing a family together.”
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Garth Walker of Calgary writes, “I snapped this photo when my wife and I were in Banff, Alta., on a day trip. The pic was taken at the top of Sulphur Mountain in Banff National Park, where we enjoy hiking. Mountain sheep usually hang out at the top of the mountain and provide great photo opportunities.”
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Linda Swance of Burlington, Ont., sent along this priceless pic, writing, “This little calf couldn’t get enough of its mama’s good stuff—if you look closely, you can see its tiny tongue licking its lips.”
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Callie Boyle of Campbell River, B.C., sent along this cute pic of mother and baby getting cleaned up!
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Suhem Diab de Abbas of Leamington, Ont., shares this adorable photo of a Canada goose and her fuzzy little goslings contemplating the water.
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Her Mane Focus
Kaylee Melhoff of Eastend, Sask., captured this lovely image on a nearby ranch located south of Herbert, Sask., that is owned by friends of her family. “There was an entire herd of horses that were quite interested in what we were doing as we snapped their photos,” shares Kaylee, “including this mom and her foal.”
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