“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”.
Beautiful Albion Falls is located within walking distance of Buttermilk Falls and Little Davis Falls, on the East Mountain in King’s Forest Park, Red Hill Valley. Submitted by Michael Hunter.
“I was working in the yard when this Eastern Swallowtail Butterfly decided to land just a few inches away and pose for a photo,” writes Mike Goodwin. “Good thing I had my phone in my pocket to capture a quick snap before it fluttered away”.
Nadine’s wisteria was absolutely beautiful and it’s been abuzz with binging bumblebees. Submitted by Dave Jewett of Burlington.
While out for a walk in Churchill Park, I came across a flock of House Sparrows dancing among the beautiful pink blossoms of this tree. Submitted by Fernando Fresco.
This gorgeous tree can be found in Gage Park, Hamilton. It’s just beautiful. Submitted by Brenda Moore.
The Spring flowers, of course! Submitted by Sue Stirling.
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.
“On a recent trip down to Niagara Falls, we stopped in at Dufferin Islands to visit the birds”, writes Frances Maas. “This Tufted Titmouse was happy to pose for me in exchange for some bird seed”.
“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”.