This photo was taken at dusk, the sun was setting in the background, as we walked around Dundurn Castle. A beautiful bird and a beautiful setting. Submitted by Robert Barnes.
This Ruby-Throated Hummingbird is loading up on nectar from this Zinnia flower before he leaves for his long journey to warmer weather. Submitted by Art Ward.
This Carolina Wren mother has been busy gathering food for her offspring. Submitted by Robert Lee.
I was watching a Great Egret hiding in the bulrushes at the Hidden Valley area when, all of a sudden, it took off and flew right in front of me. Submitted by Joseph Hollick.
They usually “fish” in the evening but I was lucky enough to have him pose for me during the day. Submitted by Robert Barnes.
Debbie Bordi spotted these Turkey vultures drying their wings out after a rain shower along Sulphur Springs Road.
A new friend showed up at my house today! Submitted by Kevin Saloranta.
A Nuthatch busy at work in Carlisle. Submitted by Peter Abi-Rashed.
The Red Cardinal was just passing through my vegetable garden to catch a delicious, juicy caterpillar for dinner. Submitted by Angela Romano from Stoney Creek.
“This photo of a Barn Swallow was taken at the Mountsberg Conservation Area”, writes Janina Vanderpost. “They are beautiful birds and hard to photograph because they hardly ever sit still”.