“This is my very favourite time of year”, writes Lois McNaught. “Not too hot, not too cold, birds singing joyfully, beautiful flowers all around and wonderful wildlife such as this Twelve-Spotted Skimmer Dragonfly”.
The Spring flowers, of course! Submitted by Sue Stirling.
“Looking out my front window on Hamilton Mountain at about 6:30 a.m. on April 5th, the partial eclipse of the moon was just visible”, writes Keith Clark. “The moon was rapidly setting and 10 minutes later it was no longer in view”.
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.
Nature can be both severe and beautiful at the same time as witnessed by this frozen scene along the Lakeshore in Stoney Creek. Submitted by George Johnson.
“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 repair, winter reinforcement, or the start of a new 3 month building project?”, writes Grant Gallant. “Either way it is great to see this juvenile Bald Eagle has decided to continue its residency within the Royal Botanical Gardens area”.
Heather Petre found her hike in the Webster’s Falls area nice and easy to get around.