Janine Weaver found this shy friend carefully watching her surroundings at Cootes Paradise.
A Cedar Waxwing enjoying the sweetness of nature. Submitted by Rick Grant.
“I took this photo at the bottom of Webster’s Falls”, writes Dermot Picco. “There was something magical about the beauty that caught my eye”.
“Your wings already exist, all you have to do is fly” (Anonymous). Submitted by Dave Custeau.
Taken a couple of weeks ago in the Aberdeen Avenue and Hyde Park Avenue area of Hamilton. Submitted by Deborah Jayne Reilly Smith.
This baby turtle was sunning on the 13th green at Southern Pines. Submitted by Denise Turcotte.
Peter Granka found a nice surprise at Confederation Park.
“For the first time in 5 years, the Konjac plant has bloomed in the Mediterranean Garden at the Royal Botanical Gardens”, writes Frances Maas. “Just don’t breathe deep when you stand near because it’s also very stinky!”
“A wonderful morning at the Royal Botanical Gardens to see the beautiful orchids and frogs”, writes Kathy Ward. “This Orchid Disa Uniflora is one of so many beauties; the tiny Dart Poison Frogs were very popular”.
“It’s any wonder how I spotted this guy being so well camouflaged in the greenery and the Royal Botanical Gardens Frog Exhibit”, writes Frances Maas. “These colourful amphibians are on display until April 15th”.