“This photo of a Barn Swallow was taken at the Mountsberg Conservation Area”, writes Janina Vanderpost. “They are beautiful birds and hard to photograph because they hardly ever sit still”.
This Osprey fledgling waits with anticipation as papa Osprey returns from his travels. Submitted by Wendy Schneider.
On a recent visit to Bayfront Park I decided to get down to eye level with this beautiful little gosling. Submitted by George Johnson.
A Hooded Warbler was eyeing up his dinner in the Dundas Valley. Submitted by Doug Ward.
Taken at the bottom of the Valley Inn Road amongst the Christmas tree barrier. Submitted by Rick Grant.
I was fortunate to get a shot of this beautiful bird today in Ancaster. Submitted by Dermot Picco.
“A loving mother Robin catering to her new baby on our deck”, writes Gordon Harris. “It was a joy to watch during our own breakfast.”
I was very lucky to spot this Black-Crowned Night Heron as I walked around Dufferin Island in Niagara. Submitted by Kathy Pickering of Burlington.
“Apparently, I do have all my ducks in a row”, writes Janine Weaver. She took this photo in her backyard.
On a recent walk along the Hamilton Beach Trail, I came across what I first thought was a Chickadee but to my surprise was a Yellow-Rumped Warbler! Submitted by Frances Maas.