These juvenile American Robins took advantage of the fountain and spruced themselves up:
This ship was slowly making its way out of Toronto. You can see Niagara Falls on the right side:
Gull over the lake:
It's a squirrel...it's a skunk...it's a Squnk!
Butterfly folded itself up on the grass:
Poses by a grey squirrel and a red one:
Blue Jay at the top of the tree, looking for peanuts:
A broad-winged hawk flew over:
Down to Bluffers Park to visit with some ducks:
A very friendly juvenile Northern Mockingbird was hanging out in the bushes:
He didn't get a ticket because it was Authorized Parking!
I was dying for fries with ketchup...go figure, the snack bar was open and the smell of grease must have done it. I sat down and suddenly had a bunch of customers:
I decided to go over to the eastern part of the park. When I got out of the car I saw a circling bird of prey which I immediately tried to turn into an eagle. It was a red-tailed hawk and it was ratty looking! It was circling at the top of the bluffs and kept calling out that oh so cool keeeeeeer sound! What I didn't realize at the time was there was a second red-tailed hawk that wasn't ratty looking. I guess they were having a conversation:
This is part of the reason the bluffs erode. This was caused by Swallows:
I drove up to the top of the Bluffs in hopes of finding the hawks, but they weren't around. Here's what it looks like from high above: