Visited two parks today for some bird photography, one is Scarborough Bluffs and the other is Rouge Beach park.
To the left it’s the Northern Flicker and to the right it’s the American Robin.
This is a female Red-Winged Blackbird. She’s on alert because I am obviously intruding into her territory.
This is a male Red-Winged Blackbird. You can clearly see the red win patch from which it got its name.
Canada Geese are always plentiful here. Some like the shot on the right is leading a big family right now.
The goose-lings are now a bit bigger and they are not that yellow in color any more. Here’s a close-up of a goose-ling.
Headed off to Rouge Beach park and here’s a few shot of the tree swallows that are gathering a the few branches in the middle of a pond. The one to the right wasn’t all that well focused but I just love the shape of the wing and the composition.
Back off, this branch’s mine!
Here’s a few shot of a couple of Mute Swans. I’ve only seen two types of swans here. The black billed Tundra Swan and this red billed Mute Swan.