This picture of a greedy Red Bellied Woodpecker trying to scare off the Chipmunk was taken at Cootes Paradise by Janine Weaver.
Janine Weaver found this shy friend carefully watching her surroundings at Cootes Paradise.
A handsome Red-tail Hawk posing at Sassafras Point in beautiful Cootes Paradise. Submitted by Randy Newstead.
With its impressive and elegant flight style, this Osprey was quick to pick up dinner at Cootes Paradise. Submitted by Bill O’Brien.
This year there seems to be several bird species showing higher numbers than normal in the area, including Wood Ducks, Green Herons and Egrets, including this Egret at Cootes Paradise. Submitted by Ron Barrons.
Submitted by Roz Maurice.
My son, James, enjoying a beautiful Sunday afternoon skate at Cootes Paradise. Submitted by Hank de Jong.
When it comes to beautiful sunsets, Cootes Paradise is one of the best places to watch and enjoy them. Submitted by Dave Bruulsema.
“Patience pays off. A quick spear, an airborne toss and a slide down the gullet,” writes Joseph Paul Falcone. “Truly a bird watching paradise in our own backyard”.
It pays to get up early. Found her at Cootes Paradise. Submitted by Patrick Belanger.