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Canadian Wildlife Photography of the Year

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  • Exhibition – Temporary exhibition; open now

Todd Mintz © Todd Mintz

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Sockeye Salmon run in Adams River, B.C. The fish are distinctively red during their spawning phase.

Lisa Hufnagel © Lisa Hufnagel

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Humpback whales feed together.

This delightful, annual photo exhibition—now in its seventh edition—presents the winners of the 2014 Canadian Geographic Wildlife Photography of the Year contest.

Feast your eyes upon 25 amazing perspectives of mammals, birds, insects, fish and amphibians:

  • a humpback whale feeding frenzy
  • the striking colours of a Sockeye Salmon run
  • a serene seal enjoying a sun bath with eyes closed
  • a handsome heron in the misty sunrise
  • and more.

Don't miss this wonderful collection of photos that capture Canada's beautiful wildlife.

Cost: Included with museum admission.
 

 

Schedule

May 8, 2015 – March 20, 2016

The exhibition may be closed occasionally for short periods because of special events.

Check the schedule upon your arrival at the museum.