Several days of steady rain had the East Don River quite swollen on this day at Seton Park:
All of that moisture helped to create several good displays of wildflowers:
Bloodroot usually has 8 petals but can have more.
It grows in rich forests in April and May
The name refers to the red sap found in the root and stem.
BABY OWLS 🦉
April is here! Blithest season of all the year;
The little brook laughs as it leaps away;
The lambs are out on the hills at play. – Eben E. Rexford (1848–1916)