This pretty looking guy has been living in my neighbourhood for the past 2 or 3 years now. Submitted by Thomas Schilf.
This Great Blue Heron in the Hendrie Valley caught a fish that was too big to swallow and had to drop it but managed to keep this smaller one for his lunch. Submitted by Lois McNaught.
“What a thrill it was to watch for several hours, the routine of an eagle’s nest”, writes Pat Wintemute. “We stood for several hours watching and waiting along with the eaglets for the male to bring home food”.
“While out taking photographs Monday morning, I happened upon this tree swallow watching me very closely”, writes David Barnes. “ There were babies in the tree as well”.
While out for a walk in Churchill Park, I came across a flock of House Sparrows dancing among the beautiful pink blossoms of this tree. Submitted by Fernando Fresco.
“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 it into the air so they can swallow it whole.”
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.