Susan Wikkerink was able to take this shot of the always beautiful and majestic Bald Eagle on the banks of the Grand River in Caledonia.
“We tied our Christmas tree to the deck and decorated it with treats for the birds”, writes Betsy McBurney. “Now my treat is being able to take pictures of birds like this woodpecker from the kitchen window!”
A pair of Canada geese going for a stroll on a frozen Red Hill Creek. Submitted by Michael Hunter.
A little Chickadee having lunch. Submitted by Gordon Harris of Waterdown.
A female Cardinal and a little Chickadee having a little chat in our backyard. Submitted by Gordon Harris, Waterdown.
It does the heart a world of good this time of year to see a bright pop of colour as displayed on this Red-breasted Woodpecker. Submitted by Lois McNaught.
While hiking at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Melissa Northey saw about twenty beautiful and hungry Cedar Waxwings enjoying some berries.
I received word from a friend that a Painted Bunting had been seen in Oakville. I had to track it down, being that such a bird is unusual to these parts of Canada. Submitted by David Barnes.
While hiking at the Royal Botanical Gardens, patience paid off and we finally got this chickadee to get up close and personal. Submitted by Cheryl Ireson of Hamilton.
We went out looking for Snowy Owls and, with the help of Twitter and Hamilton Birding, we found this guy sitting out by Lakeport Drive. Submitted by Eric Brink.