That’s what this charming little Wood Duck seems to be saying as he waddles through the snow. Submitted by Lois McNaught.
Angela Romano was extremely delighted to catch a glimpse of a beautiful woodpecker visiting her backyard.
Lois McNaught found this juvenile Bald Eagle along the Harbourfront Trail on the waterfront.
“The birds at the Royal Botanical Gardens were out in full force on Christmas day”, writes Frances Maas. “When he wasn’t feasting on seeds, this Dark-eyed Junco was caught striking a pose!”
This Blue Jay was enjoying one of his last meals before everything was covered in snow! Submitted by Melissa Kleinjan.
So nice to start my winter with falling snow and a beautiful Snowy Owl flying past me. Submitted by Pat Wintemute.
“An unwanted consequence of feeding the birds is sometimes attracting the wrong crowd”, writes Robert Barnes. “This American Kestrel drops in, literally, hoping for an easy catch.”
This is the elusive Snowy Owl, situated perfectly to take in the early morning warmth of the sun. Photo taken at Confederation Park in Hamilton by Martin Ramsey.
Joel Marshal spotted this beautiful Northern Cardinal at Royal Botanical Gardens Arboretum.
This Red-bellied Woodpecker is a regular visitor to my grandparents’ garden in Ancaster. Photograph taken and submitted by Dylan Murphy.