Discovering Wildlife in Toronto’s Don Valley

Discovering Wildlife in Toronto’s Don Valley

I’m going to shamelessly self promote myself with this blog entry but at the same time remaining true to m43 (micro four thirds) photography.

This is my latest book, a coffee table style pictorial about a hidden and thriving world sharing space with the citizens of a famous metropolitan city.   This is the first photographic study of urban wildlife in Toronto.

Every image was taken with a m43 camera, while the true monochrome images were taken with a modified 43rds camera following a monochrome sensor transplant (



The book is available on Amazon and in your local bookstore at the end of October but I have several advance copies available for purchase – [Contact] me.

With the upcoming holiday season, it would make the ideal gift to your friends and family or as a housewarming gift to that new homeowner.

Meanwhile to reward your visit here, I have some images that failed to meet the publication deadline exclusively for you to enjoy!






BeaverFall2020COYOTE3If you want to know what these beautiful creatures are, I’m afraid you are going to have to buy the book.

[Home] in the upper right corner of this webpage shows the entire list of over 50 topics in this blog.  The blog has been active for 4 years and sees approximately 25,000 visits annually.

[Contact] in the upper right corner allows you to reach Dr Jim Chung.

And you can read more about the book in the Olympus Passion magazine by following the link below.

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A M43 coffee table book


Or check out this recent review!

Book Review: Discovering Wildlife In Toronto’s Don Valley

Addendum:  December 25, 2020.

I dropped off a copy of the book to a very nice family that lives across the street and received this breathtaking Thank You card on Christmas Day.  Not only is the penmanship stunning, the writing is peerless!


There are few safer activities than going for a nature walk during the pandemic. Go discover wildlife in Toronto’s Don Valley for yourself.




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