To find birds to photograph in June, it is a good idea to go to a location near Lake Ontario. I headed to the Bluffer’s Park area today.
I will identify it at the end of the post.
These fluffy Canada Geese goslings are getting quite large now:
Ring-billed Gulls enjoy social and nap time on the beach and elsewhere.
I see lots of Buffalo-berry at Wasaga Beach but the only place I know that it grows in the Toronto area is at the base of the bluffs. It likes some clay in the soil.
This largish shore bird with 2 rings around the neck is a Killdeer.
I’ll lie here and learn
How, over their ground,
Trees make a long shadow
And a light sound. – Louise Bogan (1897–1970)
I got this! Got the “mystery bird”! (Sorry–I just can’t help “crowing” when I do–for me, it’s such a feat!)
The Gull is yawning? I thought it was giving you attitude! I was going to say, “those gulls, they sure have attitude! Well, they do, anyway!
Wonderful pictures! Great place! Thanks, Miles!