“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.
“My husband, Bob Harrington, took this photo of some Trumpet Swans and Mallard Ducks swimming in a small pond along the North Service Road just blocks from our home in Burlington. Submitted by Diane Harrington.
“It is surprising how many birds remain here and do not migrate south”, writes Joseph Hollick. “On a short walk in the Hendrie Valley behind the RBG, I spotted several different small birds in the forest including this Nuthatch”.
Christine Habinski was driving down a country road in Waterdown when she saw what she calls “the most beautiful sunset ever!” She just had to stop and watch it go down.
Maybe they will not see me! Having walked through Windermere Basin, Ted Lazich was able to capture a nice picture of this beautiful Long-eard Owl.
While out for a walk along Hamilton’s waterfront trail, I watched this busy beaver, working and feeding. Submitted by April Severin.
Located in the Billy Monkley Bird Sanctuary on Hamilton Mountain, the Cascade is one of many beautiful waterfalls available to us. Picture taken by Jesus Cordoba of Stoney Creek.
Bob Blair took this photo of this beautiful Cedar Waxwing at the Royal Botanical Gardens along the Grindstone Creek Marsh Trail.
This Screech Owl, nesting in Burlington, was watching closely as a hawk flew overhead. Submitted by Mike Moffat.