A curious citizen of Algonquin peeking in on the humans camping nearby. Hoping for a tasty treat? Submitted by Tim Serneels.
Janine Weaver found this shy friend carefully watching her surroundings at Cootes Paradise.
“I came across this stunning blonde Coyote while birding the Mount Albion Conservation Area”, writes Tristan Uchida. “Sometimes you just get lucky”.
The resident Hamilton Harbourfront Beaver has done a lot of pruning along the trail! Submitted by Bob Blair.
I caught this ‘bandit’ staring at me this morning from the Maple tree in my yard! Submitted by Kathy Pickering.
This beautiful little red head was seen basking in the sun near the Devils Punch Bowl. Submitted by Robert Barnes.
A beautiful deer in the amazing Dundas Valley, a true jewel of the city. Submitted and taken by Randy Newstead.
This beautiful red fox came and sat on my front lawn in downtown Burlington. Submitted by Peter Granka.
Our neighbourhood fox was catching the warmth of the winter sun. Submitted by Kim Opheim.
“This is my very favourite time of year”, writes Lois McNaught. “Not too hot, not too cold, birds singing joyfully, beautiful flowers all around and wonderful wildlife such as this Twelve-Spotted Skimmer Dragonfly”.