Nottawasaga River

Wasaga Beach, Canada: Provincial Park in Autumn

When I was back in Ontario for a visit, I saw a bunch of monarch butterfiles while at Wasaga beach so took a couple of shots.  They really are pretty fancy little insects.

Monarch Butterfly

When I was back in Ontario for a visit, I saw a bunch of monarch butterfiles while at Wasaga beach so took a couple of shots. They really are pretty fancy little insects.

Species at Risk: Piping Plover (Status = Endangered)

Species at Risk: Piping Plover (Status = Endangered)

Species at Risk: Piping Plover (Status = Endangered)

Species at Risk: Piping Plover (Status = Endangered)

Species at Risk: Eastern Hog-nosed Snake (Status = Threatened)

Species at Risk: Eastern Hog-nosed Snake (Status = Threatened)

Beach vegetation helps to stabilize the sand, keeping it on the beaches and out of the parking lots

Wasaga Beach feels like home.

Invasive Species: Giant Hogweed

Giant Hogweed (Heracleum mantegazzianum) photo by Karen Rimmer

Piping Plover

Piping Plover

Eastern Hog-nosed Snake

Eastern Hog-nosed Snake First time I saw one I thought it was a cobra but I

Invasive Species Management: Phragmites Cut

Invasive Species Management: Phragmites Cut

Jr Naturalist Programs

Jr Naturalist Programs

Piping Plover

Piping Plover

Phragmites

Phragmites australis is Canada’s worst invasive plant

Piping Plovers

Piping Plovers

Poison Ivy

Poison Ivy

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