“I caught this guy out of the corner of my eye as I was walking down a path in Windermere Basin”, writes Dan Copeland. “It was a small Saw-Whet Owl, about the size of a can of pop”.
Walking through Woodland Cemetery, I came across this Red Fox sitting, just enjoying the sun. Submitted by Jeff Barbour.
While visiting her nana’s farm in Ariss, Ontario, my daughter Katie went to see Alma, a rescue horse. I guess Alma did like the joke Katie told her as she seems to be laughing out loud! Submitted by Amanda Peplow.
Murphy and Charlie (sibling Sheepadoodles) are ready for Easter and Spring! Submitted by Milena Head.
“The gates of Hamilton are very inviting”, writes Val Patterson. “While running errands, I could not pass up the opportunity to take this picture. What a beautiful entrance to the Hammer!”
Renee Burt (on her birthday) and Lori Risch at The Around the Bay Race, a quick stop for a pic with the “Grim Reaper”. Submitted by Barbara MacKnight.
While at the Mountsberg Conservation Area pancake breakfast with our granddaughter, she was fascinated with the bald eagle at the centre. Submitted by Gordon Harris.
A recent thaw put a nice sheen on the snow. Submitted by Kevin Lee.
While in Fisherville, driving down one of the concessions, I came across an unusual sight, 14 ginger cats, one black and white, and a peacock, all enjoying the sun on the front porch . Submitted by Ted Lazich.
This is Willy with a sock he shouldn’t have.