“This Monarch butterfly was dining on our Lantana and when it closed its wings I noticed a sticker, writes Denise Turcotte. “It was tagged to track its journey to Mexico.”
…SO LITTLE TIME! – It was lovely seeing so many bees enjoying the Royal Botanical Gardens. Photo submitted by Heather Cozens.
Another busy bee spotted along Spencer Creek Trail, attached to a Yellow Wildflower. Submitted by Gedas Blekaitis.
“I found this Grey Tree Frog resting on a Prairie Fire leaf in our front yard in East Flamborough”. Submitted by Latham Hunter.
Raymond Herrick found this chipmunk eating a green tomato on his visit of the Royal Botanical Gardens.
Watching the bees work hard in the garden. Submitted by Patrizia Fazzari.
Canoeing up the jungle-like waters of Grindstone Creek following wild (Canada) geese into the wilderness. Submitted by Jim Auty.
I found three of these giant caterpillars eating my heirloom tomato plant. Submitted by Deborah Jayne Reilly Smith.
… MAYBE HE WILL NOT SEE ME! – Walking around his garden, Rick Grant found this little Cottontail Rabbit trying to hide.
Beware my pretty prickly pear, lest pins and needles be your fare! Submitted by John Rigg.