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Wood Duck Makes The Newspaper

April 15th, 2018

Wood Duck Makes The Newspaper

Wood Duck Male Closeup was featured in the April 11, 2018 edition of the Saanich News Newspaper, located on Vancouver Island, in British Columbia. The photo was taken at a location called Kings Pond. The pond is located on the North end of the Cedar Hill Golf Course - a part of the Agricultural Land Reserve. The course in encircled by a 3.6km recreational trail, along which there are other spots where waterfowl and other birds congregate.

Check out the actual photo, which is available for purchase in a variety of formats and sizes.
https://fineartamerica.com/featured/wood-duck-male-closeup-sue-harper.html

Zoom Magazine Wildlife Photography Featured

November 1st, 2017

Zoom Magazine Wildlife Photography Featured

Zoom Magazine : 2017 FALL/WINTER ISSUE
Featuring the photography of Sue Harper

ZOOM is a specialty magazine showcasing life on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia through all-colour photographs of its people, places, arts and events. Readers have gone as far as mailing copies of the magazine to relatives and friends across Canada and overseas to share experiences and memories captured in the photo layouts of ZOOM’s pages.

To read the 4 page article, visit : http://www.zoomsunshinecoast.com

My photography is also featured on the back cover of the magazine.



Juvenile Bald Eagle On TV

March 5th, 2017

Juvenile Bald Eagle On TV

Juvenile Bald Eagle Photograph appeared March 4th, on CHEK TV as their photo of the day segment. The photography was taken at Esquimalt Lagoon, on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. It was actually a very ugly weather day, rainy, windy - a photographers nightmare. But this gorgeous juvenile Bald Eagle was lounging around in the tree tops. Hope you enjoy.

Visit page at : http://sueharperphotography.com/featured/juvenile-bald-eagle-sue-harper.html

Wildlife Photographer Sue Harper Featured On CHEK TV

February 3rd, 2017

Wildlife Photographer Sue Harper Featured On CHEK TV

Downy Woodpecker photograph was featured on CHEK TV, British Columbia Canada. It is the smallest and perhaps most familiar species in Canada, CHEK thought it very worthy of featuring during one of their broadcasts. CHEK is North America’s only employee-owned television station. It is a friend of and promotes knowledge of wildlife and nature in the area, along with what it considers outstanding local photographers.

Thank you for recognizing the work of Wildlife Photographer Sue Harper, and Downy Woodpecker Portrait.

Wildlife Photographer Sue Harper Featured On Destination BC

February 3rd, 2017

Wildlife Photographer Sue Harper Featured On Destination BC

Steller's Jay image to be featured at Destination BC. Destination British Columbia is responsible for marketing the Super, Natural British Columbia ® brand to the world. Destination British Columbia works collaboratively with tourism stakeholders across the province to coordinate marketing at the international, provincial, regional and local levels.

The Steller's Jay is the Provincial Bird of British Columbia, and this particular image caught their eye. It is an honour for Sue's image of this amazing bird to be featured. Sue practices ethical wildlife photography and promotes the well being of the location and subject.

The Steller's Jay was adopted by the people of British Columbia as the provincial bird in 1987. It is identified by its vibrant blue and black tones, and is notorious for being exceptionally smart and lively.

Photographer Sue Harper Receives Award

December 22nd, 2014

Photographer Sue Harper Receives Award

Photographer Sue Harper received an award for her 'Great Blue Heron' photo, from Vancouver Islands (BC Canada) Goldstream News Gazzette (October 8, 2014 Edition).

The Photograph 'Great Blue Heron' was taken on Langford Lake, showing the bird gliding across the water with wings extended downwards. The photo is available for viewing and sale at fineartamerica: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/great-blue-heron-sue-harper.html