Category Archives: Birds

Gabbing at the Feeder

Gabbing at the FeederOn the left a House Wren, on the right is a Downy Woodpecker. Submitted by Rick Grant.

Getting a Winter Tan

Getting a Winter TanHere’s a picture of a female Cardinal soaking in the sun following the storm a few weeks ago. Submitted by Jean-Michel Pranno.

Nice Hair!

Nice Hair!

Nice Hair!

This male Hooded Merganser was showing off his fancy hairdo to all the lady ducks at the Harbourfront. Photo taken by Lois McNaught.

Braving the Ice

Braving the IceAn optimistic outlook for an early spring when I heard the cardinal song from the ice branches. Photo taken by Susanne Swayze.

Hanging Out With Friends

Hanging Out With FriendsA gull joins its mates atop an iceberg at Van Wagner’s Beach.  Sent by Paul Tavares.

Did I Just Get a Tweet?

Did I Just Get a Tweet?During the bitter cold a flock of chickadees was searching for food when one stopped to check his messages. Sent by Sharon Nethercott.

Nocturnal Watcher

 

Nocturnal Watcher“This Eastern Screech was sitting out on display just before dusk.” Submitted by Tim Serneels.

Beauty Within the Beast

Beauty Within the Beast“This American Kestrel is a regular around our feeders.” Sent by Robert Barnes.

Relaxing Swim

Relaxing SwimLongtail Duck at Lakeshore on the Lake Burlington. Photo taken by Stewart Jarvis.

Chilly Swim

Chilly SwimDave Fitzpatrick captured this beauty on the Grindstone Trails in The RBG.

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