This young Peregrine Falcon chases and catches his prey with amazing speed in a small forest behind our townhouse unit. Submitted by David Purser.
Janine Weaver spotted this unusual fisherman at Hendrie Valley.
“I have lived in rural Burlington for 32 years and until today, have never seen a Pileated Woodpecker”, writes Kathy Pickering. “What a magnificent bird!”
A Cardinal taking a bath in our backyard on a warm October day. Submitted by Tim Rogers.
This year there seems to be several bird species showing higher numbers than normal in the area, including Wood Ducks, Green Herons and Egrets, including this Egret at Cootes Paradise. Submitted by Ron Barrons.
Beautiful Wood Duck at the Royal Botanical Gardens Cherry Hill Gate. Submitted by Denise Turcotte.
“The bird migration is in full swing throughout the Hamilton area”, writes Tristan Uchida. “This Common Yellowthroat payed me a visit in the Dundas Valley!”
Swimming and fishing at the same time! Submitted by Robert Barnes.
Hoping to catch some dinner in the Caledonia River before the sun sets. Submitted by Rick Grant.
“I see this Great Blue Heron most days on my walk above Webster’s Falls”, writes Gedas Blekaitis. “We’ve become good friends!”