The image of a yellow bee landing on the yellow centre of a Lemon Yellow Coneflower was something I just had to shoot. Submitted by Norm Talbot.
During a dragon boat practice, we were treated to a beautiful rainbow over the harbour. Submitted by Ramsay Drummond-Young.
This little lady visits our backyard feeders about every thirty minutes, maybe getting ready for her big trip South. Submitted by Robert Barnes.
“This Monarch butterfly was dining on our Lantana and when it closed its wings I noticed a sticker, writes Denise Turcotte. “It was tagged to track its journey to Mexico.”
…SO LITTLE TIME! – It was lovely seeing so many bees enjoying the Royal Botanical Gardens. Photo submitted by Heather Cozens.
Another busy bee spotted along Spencer Creek Trail, attached to a Yellow Wildflower. Submitted by Gedas Blekaitis.
“I found this Grey Tree Frog resting on a Prairie Fire leaf in our front yard in East Flamborough”. Submitted by Latham Hunter.
Raymond Herrick found this chipmunk eating a green tomato on his visit of the Royal Botanical Gardens.
Watching the bees work hard in the garden. Submitted by Patrizia Fazzari.
Canoeing up the jungle-like waters of Grindstone Creek following wild (Canada) geese into the wilderness. Submitted by Jim Auty.