Animal Medicine Encounters in the Lake Louise & Banff National Park Area
I thought I’d share a separate blog just of the animals that were encountered this past week. I didn’t get photos of them all, but the ones I did I think you’ll really enjoy seeing and experiencing, especially the bears. Yes, I finally was able to get some great photos of grizzlies, after not being able to get photos of the five we saw, including three cubs, that were right on our hiking trail in Waterton, but you’ll also get to see the black bear, hoary marmots, golden-mantled ground squirrels, and lovely seagulls I was able to capture too.
We also saw an osprey, golden eagle, great blue heron, many ravens, a few deer, and tons of dragonflies, butterflies, and a magickal little ladybug bringing her luck and miracles to a potent, life-changing day.
Wildlife encounters continue in abundance and the timing of each is always aligned with the perfect medicine reflective for what is unfolding along the journey. I hope you enjoy these brother and sister animal friends.
These interactions and being so deeply integrated with nature has been incredibly transformative. Being present and honoring the sacredness of these incredible beings and nature is key in a return to natural harmony and in creating beautiful relationships and connections with them, as well as with ourselves.
Posted on August 8, 2016, in Uncategorized and tagged black bear, bow summit lookout trail, golden mantled ground squirrel, grizzly bear, hoary marmot, lady bug, ladybug, peyto lake, seagull. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.