A Bard Owl taken at Cranberry Marsh, Lyndshores, Whitby
Canada Geese goslings at Cobourg Harbour
|This is a Green Singing Finch photographed at Wings of Paradise|
Butterfly Conservatory in Cambridge, Ontario.
|This Egret is just lifting off. The other posts show the various positions it took before full flight.|
|This is a Clipper Butterfly native to Southeast Asia.|
This is called a Bamboo Page and is native to Central and South America. All of these butterflies were photographed at Wings of Paradise Butterfly Conservatory in Cambridge, Ontario. It is small, but worth the visit if you are in the area.
|A Zebra Finch native to Australia. These photographs were taken at Wings of Paradise Butterfly Conservatory in Cambridge, Ontario.|
|This is a Zebra Finch native to Australia.|
|This is a Blue Morgho native to Central and South America.|
|The White Admiral is found on country roadsides. They are quite common and come in two varities. This one is sometimes called a Red Spotted Admiral.|
The Blue Jays are allowing the cameras to get really close. They seem to want to perform for peanuts. No pun intended.
This Blue Jay and many others were picking peanuts out of this woman's hand. I just happened to catch this one as it was about to lift-off.
|This is a Mute Swan. The photograph was taken at the Cranberry Marsh in Whitby.|
The Swan was a long distance away, so this is heavily cropped. The cropping and noise in the photo have given it almost a painting appearance.
|This is an Owl Butterfly native to Central and South America.|