A Rice Paper butterfly feeding on nectar from a flower at the Butterfly Conservatory in Cambridge. Submitted by Russell Pape.
With so many beautiful creatures living here, this place should be included into the new Greenbelt plan. Submitted by Michael Hunter.
This little decorated tree is a wonderful surprise while walking along the Dofasco Trail in Stoney Creek. Submitted by Annette Babineau.
“My great nephew and I were out for a walk in the Dundas Valley and came upon this buck”, writes Gail West. “He almost let us come close enough to touch him. He then laid down for a rest, while we continued talking to him. Soon after, he […]
I caught sight of this Wood Duck tucked in among the reeds at the Royal Botanical Gardens last week. Submitted by Bob Blair.
While feeding a chipmunk at the Royal Botanical Gardens, a hungry Blue Jay waited his turn to be fed. Submitted by Gordon Harris.
“A Cardinal tried to catch my attention in the backyard one evening as he jumped from tree to tree”, writes Jim Smith of Ancaster. “He finally perched in the same spot long enough to allow me to capture this shot but still kept a wary eye on me”. […]
FALL-ING IN LOVE WITH AUTUMN IN ANCASTER! Submitted by Salma Ladhani.
A Monarch butterfly visiting our back yard before its long migration. Submitted by Sue Connor.
It was an unexpected treat to find this white caterpillar foraging amongst the flowers. Submitted by Elaine (Zammit) Duguay.