“It’s hard to get a nice shot of these Belted Kingfishers”, writes Tim Serneel. “I sat in a camouflage blind and was lucky enough to have one land nearby”.
Eye on the Area
Lisa Oldfield moved to the beach recently. She is really enjoying the beautiful sunrises the beach has to offer!
“To me, it isn’t really spring until the Magnolias bloom”, writes Lois McNaught. “This is just one of the many beautiful varieties at the Royal Botanical Gardens”.
A local rooster stretching his legs while out on a stroll on Concession 2, Lynden. Submitted by Karen O’Grady.
I am a fan of Law and Order: SVU but it seems that Minnie does not share my enthusiasm. Submitted by Doug Foley.
Tim Serneel took a picture of this beautiful Wood Duck in a small pond in north Burlington.
The Spring flowers, of course! Submitted by Sue Stirling.
“There have been lots of Goldfinches at the feeder this year”, writes William C. Burton. “The bright yellow plumage of the male makes it stand out.”
“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.”
Our friendly raccoon likes to hang around and see who’s coming and going. Submitted by Glynn Sharp.