I saw this tiny White Breasted Nuthatch [Sitta carolinensis] for the first time many years ago, probably 5 years ago at the Roger's Reservoir. The photo wasn't the best as I was shooting across the river, but it made my birding list. Read More »
Few nights ago I was watching the CP24 news about the Black Widow spider that was found in a bag of grapes. This is not a first time I heard that. So they talked about this and that about the spider. Read More »
Back in mid October I took some pictures of the Sheppard House. When we got there a lot changed since our last visit. The house was surrounded by the scaffold, information signs placed around and some trees cut down. Read More »
Sunday photo showcase. All posts titled Sunday Break are photo(s) only and a quote. Posted photos may not be necessary the most current one and as always it is all about Town of Aurora. Enjoy! Read More »
I just wish that Town of Aurora posted fines on their signs throughout the town and enforced them for walking with unleashed dogs and for dogs pooping and owners not scooping after their dogs. Read More »
I always walk to and enter the Arboretum from the Industrial Parkway and St. John's Sideroad intersection. It cannot be missed. It has wooden pergola on the East side of St. John's sideroad built by the Home Depot in Aurora. Read More »
Climatologist say that we are for a nice warm fall, and I am glad. I picked up some little accents of fall the other day walking Nokiidaa Trail boardwalk, and here they are.
Chaotic communication - what is that? Read More »
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