|Too cool for words. Little Brown Bat|
Unfortunately just listed on the endangered species list.
This bat was flying around like he was lost. Hope he is ok.
|See the teeth|
|Peek a boo|
Thanks to a young man who found the snakes MC, Glenda and I were able to watch them slither and twirl around each other.
|Hard to find them.|
|Can you find the two heads|
|Sweet dreams Donna Cook. I know how much you love these guys.|
|A second year male snowy owl from The Owl Foundation being released back in the wild.|
Donna Hayes did the honours with Myriam helping. Donna was having trouble holding his cage as he knew he was going to be released. Cage was bouncing and he was pounding the door. It was cold it was windy and the snowy owl knew where he was going. One hop and he disappeared deep in the woodlots behind. Stunning owl.
Photos by me.
|The one hop|
|look at the colour on his wings|
|Opening the cage for him.|
|Second snowy owl released. this is a first year male snowy owl. |
Thanks to Toronto Wildlife Centre this fellow has a second chance at heading back to the arctic. With hundreds of acres to fly with no cars, or people he should do just fine.
All photos by Donna.
|ready to fly|
|Love this shot by Donna. Wings wow.|
Thank you to David and Myriam for allowing us to do the release at your farm.