In summer, Poison Ivy is green.
If it grows in full sun, it may have a waxy shine:
In fall, there can be a variety of colours:
We saw many of the colours today at Beechwood / Don Valley.
The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority has constructed several ponds at Cottonwoods Flats:
These have attracted much wildlife and, especially, phoebes. Both morning and afternoon groups saw them.
“Give me a land of boughs in leaf
A land of trees that stand;
Where trees are fallen there is grief;
I love no leafless land.”
― A.E. Housman
Miles, thanks so much for the enjoyable walks this Fall. I am south for the winter now so will miss the rest.Great group of people. All the best-Linda V