This is Star, enjoying Suzie’s garden. Submitted by Raymond Rea.
“What a thrill it was to watch for several hours, the routine of an eagle’s nest”, writes Pat Wintemute. “We stood for several hours watching and waiting along with the eaglets for the male to bring home food”.
Perfect weather helped make the annual Bike for Mike Charity Ride a success as hundreds of riders hit the starting line at Hamilton’s Bayfront Park. Submitted by Jim Smith.
“Backpacks, dip nets and waders did the trick as ecologists electrofished the Grand River at Cambridge recently”, writes Gord McNulty. “The survey technique is harmless to fish populations”.
“I was working in the yard when this Eastern Swallowtail Butterfly decided to land just a few inches away and pose for a photo,” writes Mike Goodwin. “Good thing I had my phone in my pocket to capture a quick snap before it fluttered away”.
“While out taking photographs Monday morning, I happened upon this tree swallow watching me very closely”, writes David Barnes. “ There were babies in the tree as well”.
While many people were enjoying the gorgeous sunset, I was lucky enough to be sitting on my balcony when this vibrant rainbow appeared over the Harbour. Submitted by Frances Maas.
Rusty has a heart condition, so Buggie the cat likes to keep close by. Between the love and the sun, there is a lot of warmth. Submitted by Diane Waterman.
“I think everyone should wake up early one morning to see the sun rise” writes John Klander. “Sunday’s sun was a red ball of fire, which quickly turned to an orange glow. Simply amazing!”
Nadine’s wisteria was absolutely beautiful and it’s been abuzz with binging bumblebees. Submitted by Dave Jewett of Burlington.