You can now find, buy and enjoy my book, Ontario Wildlife Photography, here
Noah Cole of Green Raven Photography travels across Canada and across borders to show images of nature and wilderness and human impact on the environment as seen through the lens.
You can find, Ontario Wildlife Photography, my new book at Dundurn.com, Chapters-Indigo, Amazon, from your local bookstore and from the bookstores at Quetico, Presqu’ile and MacGregor Point Provincial Parks as well as the Point Pelee National Park Visitor Centre Gift Shop!
This stunning collection of wildlife photography features moose, turtles, dragonflies, shorebirds, hawks, and songbirds from the marshlands of Point Pelee to the wilderness north of Lake Superior.
Explore parks and trails where colourful birds and turtles live. Behold wetlands where moose browse. Delight in vibrant butterflies and bumblebees that pollinate wildflowers. Discover all this and so much more as you travel across the province through the pages of Ontario Wildlife Photography. From the Ottawa Valley and the Frontenac Arch in the east to the shores of Lake Huron in the west, and from areas north of Lake Superior to Canada’s southernmost destination on Lake Erie, Ontario Wildlife Photography immerses you in outstanding photography from an appealing array of locations.
Learn why trout depend on healthy forests, the secrets of colourful salamanders, where to find shorebirds and herons, and so much more. This timeless book of acclaimed wildlife photographs inspires discovery and conservation and also makes a beautiful and meaningful gift.
If you are a book reviewer or a writer, with a publication, column, website or blog and would like to have the opportunity to read and review my new book, Ontario Wildlife Photography,
please contact Noah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From: Rob Porter, SongBirding podcast (Episode 9. Pine Tree Point North, Part 1)
“This episode is sponsored by Ontario Wildlife Photography by Noah Cole, a beautiful photo book featuring songbirds such as the Blackburnian Warbler, Bobolink, and my favourite — the Scarlet Tanager — as well as non-avian species such as moose, turtles, dragonflies — all from an array of habitats across Ontario.
Ontario Wildlife Photography is a tribute to the natural world around us.
Ontario Wildlife Photography is available from Dundurn Press and online from Indigo-Chapters, Amazon, and on GreenRavenPhotography.com.“
For more of the SongBirding podcast: https://songbirding.com/
From: Will Valentine, Will’s Birdbrain podcast (Episode 10. Red-Winged Blackbirds of a Feather)
“This episode of Will’s Birdbrain is brought to you by Ontario Wildlife Photography. Available from Dundurn Press and CanadianImages.net. This stunning collection of wildlife photography features an array of avian wonders, from raptors such as hawks and owls to songbirds like warblers and sparrows. You’ll also find incredible images of terrestrial animals from moose and foxes to fish and turtles even bumblebees and dragonflies get featured here – all denizens of the marshlands, from Point Pelee to the wilderness north of Lake Superior.
Check the shownotes for more info on this beautiful book. Thank you Ontario Wildlife Photography for sponsoring today’s episode.”
Find more of Will’s Birdbrain podcast here.
Some praise for Ontario Wildlife Photography:
“I have been a fan of Noah’s work for many years now. The photos of nature that he is able to capture are always breathtaking, but the captions are a personal favourite touch. They are honest (very much a reflection of their author) and they make the images seem even more vivid to the viewer through the added context that they provide.”
“Noah, the book is spectacular. I plan to enjoy it in more depth this evening and in the years to come. Congratulations and thank you so much.”
“Your book is a beautiful tribute to nature and the wildlife around us, Noah. It’s been sitting on my desk since it arrived and I am surprised how many times I open it up and look at a page or two. Makes me feel very Canadian, I must say. You have done a wonderful job.”
“Noah’s images are a beautiful reflection of Ontario’s biodiversity. Each scene is perfectly captured, and the story behind each photograph makes you wish you had been part of that moment.”
If you enjoy these photos, you can now find, buy and enjoy my book, Ontario Wildlife Photography, here
Many thanks to the Friends of Quetico, Friends of MacGregor Point Park, Friends of Presqu’ile Park, and Friends of Point Pelee for the availability of Ontario Wildlife Photography at the Quetico – Dawson Trail Pavillion Gift Shop, at the MacGregor Point Park Visitor Centre Gift Shop, at the Nature Centre and Lighthouse Gift Shops and at the Point Pelee Visitor Centre Nature Nook Gift Shop. Special thanks to Ben McNally Books, Jessica’s Book Nook, and August McLachlin.