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Surroundings of Montreal :

Surroundings of Montreal

santolo

Updated: Jan 04, 2014 2:53pm PST

Canadian Rockies, August 2013 : Banff, Jasper, Yoho and Kootenay National Parks

Canadian Rockies, August 2013

Gary

Banff, Jasper, Yoho and Kootenay National Parks

Updated: Dec 06, 2013 11:21am PST

2006 Canada Day, Caledonia, Ontario : Canada Day

2006 Canada Day, Caledonia, Ontario

Bill Mehlenbacher (nxphoto)

Canada Day

Updated: Nov 13, 2013 4:43am PST

Grindstone Marsh : Just a short drive from downtown Hamilton (less than ten minutes), the Grindstone Marsh is a 50-hectare marsh on Royal Botanical Garden lands in the Hendrie Valley. The marsh is fed by the lower portion of Grindstone Creek before it empties into Burlington Bay and Lake Ontario. The trails through the marsh are relatively easy although they can get a little wet in the spring and after a rain. The marsh has plenty of wildlife (chipmunks, squirrels, chickadees) to keep children entertained. The resident flocks of chickadees are very tame and will take seed from your hand. In autumn, salmon can be observed spawning in the upper reaches of the creek (Creekside Walk Trail).

Grindstone Marsh

Paul Tavares

Just a short drive from downtown Hamilton (less than ten minutes), the ...

Updated: Nov 08, 2013 7:17pm PST

Hamilton Walking Trails : Walking trails in and around the City of Hamilton. Click on the globe icon under the large image to see the location on a map.

Hamilton Walking Trails

Paul Tavares

Walking trails in and around the City of Hamilton. Click on the globe ...

Updated: Nov 08, 2013 7:00pm PST

Geoff & Dave Hit the Yukon 2013 : Rented a camper and drove 2,500 Kms in 8 days. Atlin - Faro - Mayo- Keno- Dempster Hwy to Tombstone Park- Dawson- Whitehorse. Great trip!

Geoff & Dave Hit the Yukon 2013

Dave Terpening

Rented a camper and drove 2,500 Kms in 8 days. Atlin - Faro - Mayo- Ke ...

Updated: Sep 15, 2013 12:13pm PST

Etobicoke : The far west portion of the city of Toronto

Etobicoke

John

The far west portion of the city of Toronto

Updated: Sep 09, 2013 8:09pm PST

Point Pelee National Park : Point Pelee National Park is a narrow peninsula of land, of marsh and woodland habitats, that tapers to a sharp point in Lake Erie. It is also the southernmost point of mainland Canada and the location and extent of the tip changes with storms. Its geographic location and habitat make it an important part of the bird and butterfly migration corridor across Lake Erie. The peninsula is located on the crossroads of 2 major migration flyways and peak times for visitors are the spring and fall migrations. The Park was established in 1918, but human activity continued much as it had before the park was established. It was only in the seventies that the Park took a stronger stance on conservation and now the abandoned and limited access areas of the Park are reverting to their natural state.

Point Pelee National Park

Paul Tavares

Point Pelee National Park is a narrow peninsula of land, of marsh and ...

Updated: Sep 07, 2013 5:50pm PST