While on a walk at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Alice Bespolko enjoyed watching this little red squirrel eating his lunch.
There are many types of wild animals in the Red Hill Valley. Submitted by Michael Hunter.
Submitted by Roz Maurice.
“I took my granddaughter, Brooke, for a walk along the Royal Botanical Gardens trails”, writes Fern Chiasson. “Brooke is 8 years old and loves nature; this is a great way to interact with it”.
Joel Marshal came upon this sly fox on a hike in the Dundas Valley.
This Two Point White-Tailed deer was keeping an eye on me. Submitted by Joel Marshall.
Nature in winter sometimes rewards us with beautiful ice art. Submitted by Jessica Spotts.
“The beavers at the harbour are very busy these days building their lodge for winter”, writes Lois McNaught. “This one, however, seems counterproductive as he is eating the twigs off the top of his home”.
When recently visiting Gage Park’s greenhouse, I realized why this flower is called Bird of Paradise. Submitted by Bill Poole.
I saw this ice bird in a bush outside my front door. Submitted by Philip C. Perron.