December 18, 2016

Lemoine's Point Conservation Area

Kingston, Ontario

Welcome back!

This week I'm highlighting some birds from the Lemoine's Point Conservation Area. The area has lots of trails, so you can take a shorter one or the longer one...we usually do the longer one as it's still under 2 hours...there are probably longer ones, but that's the main one that we try to stick to each time. 

These are photos of the Black-Capped Chickadee (first 7 photos)  and the White-Breasted Nuthatch (last 2 photos).

These are quite common on our walks any time of the year, but these were taken last April...hard to believe it's been that long! They are quite comical birds and we love watching them and of course, feeding them..They love peanuts, but we usually have sunflower seeds. They will dig through the seeds looking to see what else is there, hoping for peanuts I'm guessing!

Have a great week!

December 11, 2016

Niagara Falls Butterfly Conservatory, Pt.9

Niagara Falls, ON

Welcome Back!

This week I have the last of the actual butterfly photos from the Butterfly Conservatory in Niagara Falls. I also have some shots of the actual conservatory, which could be interesting for those of who haven't been there, but maybe not so much for those that have! So, we will see if I post them next week or not...depends on the time I have, which is sometimes in short supply near the holidays!

I'll keep this short as my headache is coming back, so I need to give my eyes a rest and take some Tylenol...I hope I don't get the bad cold going around...

Have a great week!


December 4, 2016

Niagara Falls Butterfly Conservatory, Pt. 8

Niagara Falls, Ontario

Welcome Back! I'm finally back from a longer-then-expected time off!

If it wasn't one thing, it was another, but I think I'm finally back as I missed blogging and editing photos, etc.etc.

I have a few more weeks of pics from the Butterfly Conservatory in Niagara Falls and then I'll find something else to highlight...I think I have a few ducks/herons, etc, etc.

Have  a great week!