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.
“While passing by the boats at Bronte Harbour, I heard something rustling in a tree”, writes Sandi Schmidt. “To my surprise it was a baby squirrel, smiling and posing for me!”
“These two large and beautiful foxes were walking around our on-ground pool this morning”, writes Ruth Nicholson. “They actually visited twice during breakfast”.
A Blue Poison Dart Frog at the frog exhibit at the Royal Botanical Gardens, on until April 12th. Submitted by Gordon Harris, Waterdown.
Submitted by Kelly Pattison.
This is my Paso Fino mare, Conte, relaxing on a warm winter day. Submitted by Jeannette Essiambre.
While out for a walk along Hamilton’s waterfront trail, I watched this busy beaver, working and feeding. Submitted by April Severin.
As soon as the snow falls, Jackson, my German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Collie mix goes from dog to wolf. He loves the snow and will spend hours playing outside and rolling in it. Submitted by Kyle McKiernan.