These guys were not flying south as we were all enjoying a beautiful day at Fifty Point Conservation Area. Submitted by Kevin Saloranta.
“This male Cardinal visits my feeder every day, giving me hours of enjoyment”, writes Robert Barnes. “We all deserve a treat now and again.”
I was able to capture 8 out of the 11 Blue Jays we had at our feeder today all at once in my picture. Photo taken by Kelly Binns.
Camilla Kipp found this cute Tufted Titmouse at LaSalle Park.
Amazing to see 16 Bald Eagles on the frozen waters of the Hamilton Bay; capturing a dozen in one picture was even more exciting! Submitted by Pat Wintemute.
A very rare picture of a Tufted Duck at La Salle Park, Burlington. Submitted by Donald Munro.
“Every morning my husband throws peanuts to the Blue Jays”, writes Kathy Pickering. “This little guy waited under the feeder and caught his peanut first try!”
“This handsome Trumpeter Swan enjoyed the mild temperatures and decided to get some sun on his tummy.” Submitted by Barbara Canney.
“This little grey Screech Owl just loves to sleep in the afternoon sunshine,” writes Lois, “love how it is camouflaged so well by its surroundings.” Submitted by Lois McNaught.
On a rare bicycling trip from Dundas to Pier 8 in Hamilton, I was surprised to see a mute swan or two slapping around on Hamilton Harbour ice floes. Submitted by Neal Bonnor.