A sure sign of spring is the Blue Birds returning to their nests in Courtcliff Park, Carlisle. Submitted by Caroline Bennett.
A lucky full rainbow was seen over our beautiful Hamilton on a misty, cold, sunny day in April. Submitted by Peter MacDonald.
“Rain, hail, sun, snow… What’s left?” writes Rita Tytus. She captured this impressive image from the top of the escarpment, on Guelph Line, Burlington.
Mike Moffat captured a really nice shot of this immature Bald Eagle at Woodland Cemetery.
This is my beautiful Yorkie-Jack Russell, Rocky. Submitted by Dolores Welsh.
“On a beautiful spring day, I came upon a building that represents Hamilton in every way: Once the home of Sir Allan MacNab, Dundurn Castle”, writes Heather Corbett. “The less often seen rear side of the building is just as spectacular as the front.”
With the nicer weather, we can again enjoy the nice evening walks at Bayfront Park. Submitted by Susanne Swayze.
“One morning while exploring, I stumbled upon a Screech Owl and a Downy Woodpecker checking out the Owl”, writes Alicia Lubera. “It was almost as if the Woodpecker was saying to the owl “Hey, you ever going to wake up? What are you doing in that hole in the […]
I captured this little guy one cold February day while out at the RBG Arboretum. I was surprised to see this Eastern Blue Bird because I thought they had all migrated in the fall. Submitted by Lyle Jeakins.
While out on an afternoon walk, Amanda Capoferri took this lovely picture at Spencer Smith Park.