Our reader, Janine Weaver, took a great photo of this attentive and beautiful wildlife while visiting Cootes Paradise.
Even though there is still snow in places, seeing these beautiful animals on the Dundas Trail makes it feel like spring. Photo taken by Dave Fitzpatrick.
“This beauty trotted alongside the house and down the driveway this morning. I couldn’t have been more then 15ft away… spring is springing and everything is waking up…” Submitted by Stephanie Bednarz.
A squirrel and a hawk are having a confrontation! Or a conversation. Taken by Michael Hunter.
Two coyotes rubbing each other’s noses as seen from the backyard looking out onto Bruleville Park on Hamilton Mountain. Submitted by Charles Dimitry.
“This little fellow caught my eye while walking in the Dundas Valley.” Sent by Doug Ward.
Stella, the Golden Retriever, defends her territory by barking up a storm at the two visiting coyotes. Taken by Charles Dimitry.
Deer are taking in the mild weather at the Hamilton Conservation Park by Governor’s Road. Photographed by Gedas Blekaitis.
Gary Parker said: Here is our ‘Brownie’ who lives right here in downtown Burlington. And yes, that magnificent tail is blond!
This red fox was checking out a back yard in Dundas Valley, overlooking Ancaster Creek, and felt comfortable enough to have a rest. Sent by Crystal Helms.