With its impressive and elegant flight style, this Osprey was quick to pick up dinner at Cootes Paradise. Submitted by Bill O’Brien.
I watched this industrious Robin gathering huge amounts of dead grasses for her first nest of the season! Submitted by Kathy Pickering.
The Swans show off ten eggs in the nest, as momma gets up to turn them and hopefully hatch them all! Submitted by Susanne Swayze.
A young Great Horned Owl gave me the eye at Royal Botanical Gardens. Submitted by Peter Granka.
This small diving bird is named for the tuft of feathers behind its eye! Taken at La Salle Marina by Bob Blair.
Mr. Swan is a great protector of his nest. Submitted by Bernice Kipp.
This beautiful Golden Eagle was part of the Birds of Prey display from the Canadian Raptor Conservancy at Beamer Memorial Park . Submitted by Susanne Swayze.
Juvenile Eagle seems to be in combat training with elderly Bald Eagle… or could just be mating season and it is just a lovers spat? Submitted by Jim Auty.
“I saw this pair of Pileated Woodpeckers at the Dundas Valley Trail Centre”, writes Sharon Nethercott. “They were busy renovating a potential home for the upcoming nesting season”.
The beautiful colours of a Blue Jay in flight with a mouthful. Taken at the Royal Botanical Gardens by Dermot Picco.