They had a nice turnout in Kilbride Park to watch Finding Nemo. Submitted by Tim Serneel.
Eye on the Area
This is Handsome, “King of the Backyard Jungle”! Submitted by Janie Upsdell.
What a surprise I had last week when I found this miniature tree frog basking in the sun on my daylily! Submitted by Mary Ann Pearson.
This is Bill Leblanc, the Hamilton artist that carves the beautiful tree stumps at Van Wagners beach. Submitted by Martin Ramsey.
Stan, a volunteer at Century Pines Golf Course, begins his early morning rounds repairing divots. Submitted by Don Finlayson.
Visiting Wings of the World Aviary in Welland… What a great experience to see so many different types of birds in one place! Submitted by Alex Reeve-Newson.
“On a recent walk on the trails in Cherry Hill Gate, my husband and I noticed a Cardinal with only one leg”, writes Jan Armstrong. “He was extremely adept at landing and followed us along the boardwalk for quite a while”.
A wicked storm that arrived during a visit to Bogle Seeds Farm quickly turned into a scene from a scary movie! Submitted by Susan Terzis.
Buttons is 7 years old and travels everywhere with me. He came to the Grotto in the Bruce Peninsula last week. Tourists helped us bring him down and we hiked our way to a magnificent place. Submitted by Ruth Castellanos.
Confederation Park has several ponds and the Herons can be found wading around the edges. Photo taken and submitted by Craig McCall.