The creation of this website would not have been possible without the generous photographic contributions from the following people
David "Hap" Wilson, co-owner of the Cabin Falls Eco-Lodge in Temagami, eco-trailbuilder and photographer. Recipient of the Bill Mason Award for lifetime achievement in River Conservation and one of Canada's leading environmentalists. Award-winning nature writer/illustrator of 13 guide books. Co-founder of Earthroots Group. Currently resides in Rosseau, Ontario with his partner-wife wherein they accept commissioned projects involving their knowledge and skills.
Daniel Silver is a passionate environmental scientist. He holds scientific degrees from McGill University and the University of Toronto. During his time in academia, Daniel conducted environmental research in Kenya, the Canadian Rockies, and Muskoka, Ontario. He has also worked in the environmental consulting industry and, more recently, the public sector. In his free time, Daniel loves nature photography and spending time in the outdoors.
Janet Davis, an award-winning freelance writer and photographer whose words and images have been featured in numerous books, magazines, newspapers, advertisements and packaging. She has a cottage and very lovely garden on Muskoka Lakes. Janet writes a blog (thepaintboxgarden) on her beautiful world-wide travels displaying her exceptional garden photography. See her article about the Torrance Barrens and Massasauga Rattlesnake
J.Dell, credits her diverse educational background and management consulting to her inventions, designs and literary works. She resides in Muskoka where she operates a bed and breakfast and produces commissioned artwork involving a complete array of design creation to completion in marketing, advertising and promotions for individuals and organizations.
Hana Hlavicova, educated in the Czech Republic and in Canada, having worked as an electrical technologist in Canada, she always had a longing to reside close to nature. The Raven is her spirit animal which somehow gives her the ability to communicate and get close to wildlife, wherein some of her amazing photographic works are captured. Crocheting exclusive items and tablecloths as well as travelling and gardening keep her busy. She resides with Misha in the Township of Carling along the shore of Loon Bay