“I took this picture on a walk along the Mountain Brow rail trail”, writes Robert Barnes. “He was very friendly, took no concern of us and our little dog”.
While on a walk at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Alice Bespolko enjoyed watching this little red squirrel eating his lunch.
“This was taken at Princess Point in Hamilton”, writes Brenda Moore. “She was only five feet away from me and she would have gotten closer but I stepped on a branch when l moved and scared her off”.
A squirrel and chipmunk sharing in the fun of finding Easter eggs. Submitted by Karen Cunningham.
While walking her dog in the Dundurn Castle area, Melissa Steep noticed this little guy was heading to bed as the sun came up.
Parker, our happy quarter horse, having a seemingly painless bum scratch from Dallas. Submitted by Jessica Spotts.
There has been much talk about the ghost of Dundas Valley and tonight I was lucky enough to capture her photo! Submitted by Dan Cornell.
Captured at Rellim Farms in Jarvis, Ontario. Submitted by Sherri Miller.
These three beauties were quite content to say cheese for the camera. Submitted by Elaine (Zammit) Duguay.
There are many types of wild animals in the Red Hill Valley. Submitted by Michael Hunter.