In the last blog, I mentioned that a friend and I went to have a relaxing day at Humber Bay West park in the west end of Toronto.
The most interesting moments were late in the afternoon. Sitting quietly at a picnic table, I noticed a groundhog stick a nose out of the long grass. Kept very quiet, except of course, of the click of the camera mirror. Turns out there was a family of three groundhogs nibbling away at the grass.
After about half an hour, one groundhog was just about a metre from the table, munching on a leaf.
A groundhog sticks a nose out from a grassy trail .
A groundhog munches on a juicy leaf.
A red-winged blackbird in a tree at Humber Bay Park
A red-winged black bird in the clover.
Another bird in the grass at Humber Bay Park.(Not sure which bird, let me know in the comments)
The setting sun shines through the wild flowers at Humber Bay West Park.