“A warm welcome to our hardy spring wildflowers”, writes Beverly Graham. “The Trilliums are stunted. Taken on a south facing slope”.
Margaret Murphy captured the beautiful red colours of this male Cardinal at the Royal Botanical Gardens.
This is Tula, my nine month old English Bulldog. Submitted by Valerie Bennett.
“Everything has beauty, not everyone can see it”, writes Corey McGill. He was able to capture this beautiful image of Bayfront Park with his Phantom 3 Drone.
“This is the earliest sighting of our Baltimore Oriole”, writes Kathy Pickering. “Here, he is enjoying an early morning ‘slushy’ of nectar at our backyard feeder”.
A younger generation of volunteers participated this year at the Devil’s Punch Bowl. From left to right are: Iman Akbar, Sajeel Akbar, Hassan Akbar, Gordon Lush and Daniel Lush. Submitted by Mike Lush.
Cheltenham Badlands is a small example of the beauty we are surrounded by in our own backyards. Submitted by Sandra Barbour.
This raccoon hangs around in my backyard in the middle of the day, every day. Submitted by Eva Moreau.
We were pleasantly surprised to have this guy visiting our suet feeder this year. Submitted by Dave Cummins.
This is our pet, Sasha, happy and enjoying the spring weather. Submitted by Anup Pinto.