Our friendly raccoon likes to hang around and see who’s coming and going. Submitted by Glynn Sharp.
Ice is now gone and all the water creatures are back to enjoy another season on Lake Gibson, in Thorold, Ontario. Submitted by Ted Kilgour.
Rob Muir found this little guy near the Desjardines Canal in Dundas, hoping and praying for the Spring weather to finally stay.
Katie Henderson enjoys watching this deer and its family every day on her way back from the dog park. This young one seems to be enjoying watching Katie as well.
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.
Bob Fotheringham and his wife spotted this cute white squirrel near Niagara Falls.
Open water in the Burlington Canal has become the refuge for ducks, geese and swans. Most notable are the long-tailed ducks which can be seen by the hundreds. Submitted by Richard Zazulak of Dundas.
January is such a drab month and I always know I can count on the Royal Botanical Gardens to bring life back into it… What better way than with a Frog show! Submitted by Pat Wintemute of Dundas.