On my morning walking, I spotted this deer in the parking lot at the entrance of Webster’s Falls. Submitted by Gedas Blekaitis.
“There seems to be a lot of these little beauties around Hamilton lawns right now”, writes Susan Andrus. “Most people don’t like them, but I think they look like spun silk!”
I was recently delighted to find this Red Admiral Butterfly enjoying the cherry blossoms at the Royal Botanical Gardens Arboretum. Submitted by Lois McNaught.
“I took this picture on a walk along the Mountain Brow rail trail”, writes Robert Barnes. “He was very friendly, took no concern of us and our little dog”.
While on a walk at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Alice Bespolko enjoyed watching this little red squirrel eating his lunch.
There are many types of wild animals in the Red Hill Valley. Submitted by Michael Hunter.
Submitted by Roz Maurice.
“I took my granddaughter, Brooke, for a walk along the Royal Botanical Gardens trails”, writes Fern Chiasson. “Brooke is 8 years old and loves nature; this is a great way to interact with it”.
Joel Marshal came upon this sly fox on a hike in the Dundas Valley.
This Two Point White-Tailed deer was keeping an eye on me. Submitted by Joel Marshall.