Category Archives: birds

Noonan’s October 11th Hike in the Rouge…

Lake Ontario Speaks Out!

Sugar & Red Maple Leaves

Staghorn on Beach Trail


Mallard Ducks

Mallards Right Beside Us


Larry’s Travels to Other National Parks and Historic Sites, cont’d

Cape Spear

Larry Holding a Post at Cape Spear- Reason?

Cape Spear Lighthouse

Whale Breaking in Bonavista Bay

Puffin in Bonavista Bay

Beautifully Restored Bonavista Lighthouse as it Looked in the 1870’s

Quaint Store in Bonavista


Bonavista Harbour

Noonan’s July 13th Rouge Hike in The Rouge

Trumpeter Swan

Poison Ivy Fruit

Monarch Butterfly Caterpillars


Cedar Waxwing

Ontario Expected to Transfer Rouge Lands to Rouge National Urban Park


Yellow-Shafted Northern Flicker in Altona Forest

The unique flicker photographs were sent to Larry Noonan by a forest visitor for us to share. Great shots, and thank you!

How do Birds Know When To Migrate?

Audubon has an article by Kenn Kaufman explaining how birds know when to migrate Back in February, unseasonably warm temperatures swept over much of North America, buds began opening on trees, and flowers began to bloom weeks early. Naturally, birders began to ask: Will our migratory birds come back earlier, too? That question doesn’t have […]

via How Do Birds Know When To Migrate? — Natural History Wanderings

March 19th Hike in the Rouge, with Larry Noonan and Group

Bufflehead Ducks

Geese Reflections

The Hikers

IT Intro Filmed Here

Balancing Act

Red Wing Blackbird

Woodpecker Sap Sucker Holes


Pileated Woodpecker holes

Pileated Woodpecker holes

These peckers must have been hungry!