While walking the Grindstone Trail at the Royal Botanical Gardens, I happened across a family of geese going swimming in the stream. Submitted by Norm Talbot.
A Cedar Waxwing enjoying the sweetness of nature. Submitted by Rick Grant.
Mrs. Cardinal elegantly posed for a photo on this beautiful garden bird feeder. Submitted by Margaret Hughes.
No room in the nest for the adults with three eaglets growing fast and testing their wings for flight. Submitted by Pat Wintemute.
A Green Heron flying over Windermere Basin. Submitted by Bob Fotheringham.
A baby Sandhill Crane being protected by its parents at Grass Lake area near Brantford. Submitted by Don Book.
The first chick in the nest! Submitted by Sarah Ecker.
This beautiful Great Horned Owl was checking me out at the Royal Botanical Gardens! Submitted by Bob Blair.
This Red-Bellied Woodpecker, spotted at the Royal Botanical Gardens, wants to become a Full-Bellied Woodpecker. Submitted by Alan Stupart.
Doing a little fishing at Spencer Creek in Dundas. Submitted by Joel Marshall.