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Nature photographers capture Southern Interior spring with wildlife shots

Curtis Zutz captured this bear sow and her cubs in the South Okanagan.
Image Credit: SUBMITTED / Curtis Zutz
June 13, 2021 - 11:02 AM

Nature photographers have been out capturing the essence of spring in British Columbia’s southern interior.

Perhaps nothing says spring more than the new life that’s now being seen in the South Okanagan.

Oliver wildlife photographer Curtis Zutz caught the above photo of a sow cub and her new offspring “somewhere in the South Okanagan” June 9.

Zutz says he even though it looked like rain, “my camera pulled me out,” enabling this great shot.

Over in the Similkameen valley, nature photographer Christy Quaedvlieg took what she calls a ‘bucket list picture.’

Christy caught this great shot, shown below, of a female Merganser with her newly hatched eight chicks on the Similkameen River.

SImilkameen photographer Christy Quaedvlieg snapped this shot of a Merganser and her brood of eight on the Similkameen River.
SImilkameen photographer Christy Quaedvlieg snapped this shot of a Merganser and her brood of eight on the Similkameen River.
Image Credit: SUBMITTED / Christy Quaedvlieg

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