“Next time you are walking along the shore of Hamilton’s bay, take a look at the Caspian Terns”, writes Dan Copeland. “They hover in one spot, then take a dive straight down into the water and come up with a fish. As they fly away, they will flip […]
Emily Deppe spotted this fluffy little gosling taking a stroll with his parents at LaSalle Park.
While out walking along the boardwalk in Hendrie Valley, this little feathered bird allowed me to come up close to snap this picture. Submitted by Garly Sett.
“I was very happy to see that the Green Herons have returned to the Royal Botanical Gardens this year to nest”, writes heather Smith. “This beauty was keeping a close eye on his nesting mate a short distance away”.
The Rose-Breasted Grosbeak lunching on sunflower seeds! Submitted by Katherine Pickering.
“It’s hard to get a nice shot of these Belted Kingfishers”, writes Tim Serneel. “I sat in a camouflage blind and was lucky enough to have one land nearby”.
A local rooster stretching his legs while out on a stroll on Concession 2, Lynden. Submitted by Karen O’Grady.
Tim Serneel took a picture of this beautiful Wood Duck in a small pond in north Burlington.
“There have been lots of Goldfinches at the feeder this year”, writes William C. Burton. “The bright yellow plumage of the male makes it stand out.”
A sure sign of spring is the Blue Birds returning to their nests in Courtcliff Park, Carlisle. Submitted by Caroline Bennett.