There are some lovely wooded areas in the Toronto area and I had a walk in one along the West Highland Creek in Thomson Memorial Park.
There are many Redwings, Starlings and Song Sparrows here at the moment:
Mallards are here all year long as long as the creek is not frozen:
Other park views:
Some botany, much of which is showing signs of spring:
There is also history here:
Often I am permitted to return to a meadow
as if it were a given property of the mind. – Robert Duncan (1919–88)