A sure sign of spring is the Blue Birds returning to their nests in Courtcliff Park, Carlisle. Submitted by Caroline Bennett.
Mike Moffat captured a really nice shot of this immature Bald Eagle at Woodland Cemetery.
“One morning while exploring, I stumbled upon a Screech Owl and a Downy Woodpecker checking out the Owl”, writes Alicia Lubera. “It was almost as if the Woodpecker was saying to the owl “Hey, you ever going to wake up? What are you doing in that hole in the […]
I captured this little guy one cold February day while out at the RBG Arboretum. I was surprised to see this Eastern Blue Bird because I thought they had all migrated in the fall. Submitted by Lyle Jeakins.
“While out hiking the Bruce Trail with my husband, Jeff, we had the thrill of seeing this beautiful Great Horned Owlet” writes Sandra Barbour. “It is so exciting to have so much wildlife right here in our own city!”
Mary-lee Sampson photographed a Batman looking Cormorant as he was drying his wings in the Hamilton Harbour.
“These saw-whet owls were hanging out at the Ruthven Park National Historic Site Banding Station near Cayuga”, writes Betsy Smith. “Banders are at the station daily from pre-sunrise until mid-afternoon during this spring migration”.
Karen Cunningham captured these two Tree Swallows having “words” at Windermere Basin.
This robin was at war with himself at our front window, peck, peck, pecking away at his own reflection. We had to put newspapers in the window to hide the reflection so he would stop knocking on the window. Submitted by Hank Rintjema.
These two Bald Eagles have become regular visitors along the Niagara Parkway near Queenston Heights. Submitted by Bob Fotheringham.