Our morning entertainment comes when the “breakfast crew” shows up for a buffet of corn and molasses… basically deer candy. Submitted by Wayne and Wenda Moore.
“Monsieur Renard” checking out the food situation at the garden in central Burlington. Submitted by Suzanne Swan.
A brand new morning. A brand new year! Submitted Rick Grant.
“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.”
After a snowfall, photo of my front yard in Dunnville. Submitted by William Tolstoshei.
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.
A Red-bellied Woodpecker and Red-winged Blackbird share the suet at my bird feeder. Submitted by Bill Newman.
People from all over the world come to view Niagara Falls. We are very lucky that it is just a short drive away. Submitted by Gordon Harris.
This little guy seems to be closing the deal with a hand shake. Submitted by Leslie Harris.