After hearing from friends that the Snowy Owls were back, I set out and found this beauty. Submitted by David Barnes.
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.
Blue Jays are difficult to photograph, so I have to bribe them with peanuts. Submitted by Art Ward.
“There are many beautiful waterfowl to see at LaSalle Park”, writes Cam Goede. “This large swan had decided that I had gotten close enough”.
Enjoying the morning sun in our backyard lilacs, we spotted 13 male and 5 female Cardinals, 2 Blue Jays and a few Sparrows. What a magnificent sight! Submitted by Betsy Smith of Cayuga.
A female Cardinal and a little Chickadee having a little chat in our backyard. Submitted by Gordon Harris, Waterdown.
Hugh McGilchrist from Stoney Creek was visiting LaSalle Park on a beautiful but chilly day. He was impressed with the amount of noise the Trumpeter Swans were making.
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.