North American Robin

Birds in Southern Ontario & wildlife pictures of the Robin, one of the beautiful birds in Southern Ontario, Canada - migrates here each Spring, beautiful song .

white breasted nuthatches

Nuthatches are so funny to watch. They will walk head first down a tree trunk.

Male Goldfinch

American Goldfinch, one of the beautiful birds found here, member of the Fringillidae family


The Cardinal - year round resident birds in Southern Ontario, unmistakable for their brilliant red colour

Gray Catbird

Named for its cat-like call. It also mimics the songs of other birds, as well as those of tree frogs.

Blue Jay bird

FACT: did you know the feathers are not actually blue. The bright cobalt color is the result of the unique inner structure of the feathers, which distort the reflection of light, making it look blue

Yellow Sun

Yellow Sun: American Goldfinch - this beautiful photograph was sent to us by one of our readers from St Catharines, Ontario.

Anyone know what this is?

Spotted this just now on our feeder. May 9 Oh, I think you have a male Indigo Bunting there! I have lived in St Thomas for 35 years and have only


One of my favourite visitors to the feeder. the chickadee

Has anyone ever seen a fluffy Oriole?

I've never seen an Oriole with fluffy feathers like this. Is it a baby? Seems early in the season for that (Mid-May). Any other ideas? I live in Waterloo.

Rose Breasted Grosbeak

I first saw the Rose Breasted Grosbeak feeding at my feeder about 2 years ago, and at the time I had no idea what kind of bird it was. This year I started

Gold Finch

Thanks for another beautiful picture Marinus, and you're right, Spring

Male Ruby-throated hummingbird

Ruby Throated Hummingbirds, lovely jewels at the bird feeder - the Ruby Throated Hummingbirds visit Southern Ontario each summer, their ariel acrobatics are a delight

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A Rose-breasted Grosbeak has been spotted in Monterey's Hagemann Gulch. (Photo by John Harrison).