The Ww Blog Post

Using Trail Cameras For Wildlife Video, Part I


As requested:
Many of my photos
crammed into one slide show
video here: My Blog
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PHOTO GALLERY
Jerry Grady Photography

All images (c) Jerry Grady


2017 Nature Walk
Schedule & Photos

HERE


Photo by Jerry Grady
May, 2016 on White Lake   <MORE HERE>

 

Photo by Jerry Grady

"Trumpeter Swan on White Lake"

More Details here:
Watershed Wildlife Blog

 

 

 

An interactive panorama of
Mill Point Park habitat_2015.
(Think of it as a virtual visit)

Photos from the
2015 Nature Walks

 

Feeding the Birds?

Kayak Habitat Tour Photos

Tundra Swans Visit White Lake

The White Lake
Environmental History Project



Watershed Surprises (Click one)

 

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This site was initially created for the residents of the White River watershed communities. I explored the shores of White Lake as a child to build rafts of driftwood, chase turtles and snakes, insects and tadpoles. In the course pursuing the complexity of it all I learned a great deal. I grew up fishing the lake and the channel and eventually sailed on it both summer and winter. As a result, I've assumed a certain ownership over "My Lake", its tributaries and marshes and the wildlife within it and wish for it to carry on in good health. In recent years I've wandered the watershed to photograph the treasures we have here in order to show others. I created this site to promote its protection and conservation for future generations.

More recently I have expanded my photography to other watersheds in western Michigan and look forward to documenting wildlife, habitats and conservation activities within a broader scope.

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Inaugurated October 29th, 2008
Updated April 15th
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Our annual "Icebergs"
End of Winter at the White Lake channel [Spring, 2015]