A self-taught and avid photographer for many years, Marg started specializing in wildflower photography over ten years ago. Her haunts include the Bruce Trail, the Bruce Peninsula, and various Conservation areas in Grey and Bruce Counties, as well as numerous trails in the Rocky Mountains west of Calgary and in the Sonoran Desert near Tucson, Arizona.
More recently, she has been broadening her scope to include nature photography in general. She has compiled slides from her various trips abroad, researching the flora and fauna to add text to her slide presentations. Her latest collections are the wildlife of South Africa and Kenya.
She is a member of both the Owen Sound Field Naturalists and the Sydenham Bruce Trail Club. In the spring, summer, and fall she spends many hours hiking and photographing along the trails on the escarpment and elsewhere, while in the winter snowshoeing and skiing replaces hiking. The outdoors has been an important part of her life since childhood when she first helped her father reforest a country property and went with him on many walks.
The images on this page are Copyright Marg Gaviller.
Any unauthorized use is prohibited by law.