Category Archives: Nature

Too Many Nuts This Winter?

Too Many Nuts This Winter?A plump squirrel basking in the January sun at LaSalle Park in Burlington. Submitted by Alice Bespolko.

A Rare “Beauty”

A Rare "Beauty"“While walking the trails at Royal Botanical Gardens, I stumbled upon this beautiful and rare Piebald White-tail deer” writes Peter Granka.

Posing for the Visitors

Posing for the Visitors“On a visit to the Hendrie Valley behind the RBG in Burlington, I found this cute multi-coloured (brown, red and grey) squirrel sitting at a tree stump.” Sent by Joseph Hollick.

Fast Food

Fast Food“This beaver came up from his lodge at the waterfront long enough to enjoy a quick snack.” Sent by Lois McNaught.

On The Prowl

On The Prowl“I stopped in my tracks to capture one of two coyotes on the prowl in Hamilton…..they seemed to be pretty fearless. “ Submitted by Pat Wintemute.

Beautiful Marten

Beautiful MartenTim Serneels was lucky enough to catch a glimpse of this Pine Marten on his recent camping trip in Algonquin.


LeaflessThe leaves have fallen in Iroquois Heights. Submitted by Ian Martin.

Curious But Sneaky!

Curious But Sneaky!An ermine at Mount Albion Conservation Area. Sent by Michael Hunter.

I Said I’m Not Sharing!

I Said I'm Not Sharing!This picture of a greedy Red Bellied Woodpecker trying to scare off the Chipmunk was taken at Cootes Paradise by Janine Weaver.

Webster’s Falls

Webster's FallsJustin Kimmins took this picture from the bottom of the waterfall showcasing the gorgeous rainbows and the changing of the seasons!

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