“An unwanted consequence of feeding the birds is sometimes attracting the wrong crowd”, writes Robert Barnes. “This American Kestrel drops in, literally, hoping for an easy catch.”
After a snowfall, photo of my front yard in Dunnville. Submitted by William Tolstoshei.
This is the elusive Snowy Owl, situated perfectly to take in the early morning warmth of the sun. Photo taken at Confederation Park in Hamilton by Martin Ramsey.
Joel Marshal spotted this beautiful Northern Cardinal at Royal Botanical Gardens Arboretum.
This Red-bellied Woodpecker is a regular visitor to my grandparents’ garden in Ancaster. Photograph taken and submitted by Dylan Murphy.
Happy holidays to all our furry friends (and their owners too!) Photos submitted by (clockwise from top left): Elaine Duguay (Chewy), Marlene Campos Cipriani (Mia), Liz Randazzo (Wesley and Findlay) and Danielle Martino (Morrison and Hendrix).
From some of our furry friends! Photos submitted by: Micky Morrison (Hank), Caitlin Reynolds (King), Alicia Nisbet (Jake and Juno) and David Sanderson (Lilly).
Bill Poole captured these beautiful poinsettias at St. Paul’s United Church, Dundas.
A colourful start at the Burlington 5K Santa Run. Submitted by Peter Murphy.
I took this picture of a very relaxed Northern Shoveler stretching in the sunlight at Princess Point. Submitted by Sharon Nethercott.