Monday, February 17, 2014

Macoun Marsh, Canada

Winter in Ontario is a time when most of nature sleeps.  The bold few that keep active in winter are challenged by temperature, climate, and lack of food.

A lone cedar waxwing looks for winter berries.

 Nature often tells a story in the snow.  Here possible short-tailed shrew tracks can be seen between the trees.

Goldfinch are very common at our feeders.  They have little fear around people.  Images by Mike Leveille 

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