Ernest Thompson Seton (born August 14, 1860 – died October 23, 1946) was an author and wildlife artist. He emigrated to Canada from Britain when he was 6.
Seton Park lies beside the West Don River just south of Eglinton Ave:
It was extremely windy so I heard few birds except for Raven croaking. Ravens nested in the railway bridge last year.
Two House Finches graced me with a chance to get their portraits:
Thanks to Debi Shannon for this:
The cardinal’s song
A flit of red
What could be wrong?
However we are coming along
One vaccine at a time.
We will stay strong
With the help of nature
And Mile’s photos, it won’t be long. – D. Shannon
Thanks miles for including my little poem.
We’ve started seeing the finches at our feeder with the cardinals. The squirrels are plentiful.
Enjoy your day
Love the poem – and, of course – the pictures!
Thank you Debi, for another inspirational poem! And Miles, for showing us pictures of another place I miss. Those precious House Finches!