A family outing on the trails at the Royal Botanical Gardens. Submitted by Robert Barnes.
Beautiful flowers in full bloom at the Laking Gardens in the Royal Botanical Gardens. Submitted by Randy Newstead.
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.
This Red-Bellied Woodpecker, spotted at the Royal Botanical Gardens, wants to become a Full-Bellied Woodpecker. Submitted by Alan Stupart.
Rose-breasted Grosbeak and a Baltimore Oriole duke it out. Taken at Royal Botanical Gardens by Dermot Picco.
This Heron was spreading its wings at the Royal Botanical Garden’s Cherry Hill. Submitted by Bill O’Brien.
A young Great Horned Owl gave me the eye at Royal Botanical Gardens. Submitted by Peter Granka.
“For the first time in 5 years, the Konjac plant has bloomed in the Mediterranean Garden at the Royal Botanical Gardens”, writes Frances Maas. “Just don’t breathe deep when you stand near because it’s also very stinky!”
“A wonderful morning at the Royal Botanical Gardens to see the beautiful orchids and frogs”, writes Kathy Ward. “This Orchid Disa Uniflora is one of so many beauties; the tiny Dart Poison Frogs were very popular”.
“It’s any wonder how I spotted this guy being so well camouflaged in the greenery and the Royal Botanical Gardens Frog Exhibit”, writes Frances Maas. “These colourful amphibians are on display until April 15th”.