An Interesting December Day in Ontario

I never thought I would see a snake in December in Ontario, sunning itself………but I did today!  I also saw a misplaced mountain bluebird, about 2000 miles out of its normal range. Additionally I saw my first snowy owl of the year.  It was too far away for a good photo but I watched her (juvenile female) for about 15 minutes with a spotting scope.  Add a thousand sandhill cranes, hundreds of tundra swans and a pileated woodpecker and a beautiful sunset to make for a great day!

Mountain bluebird (female)

Tundra swans

Sandhill cranes

Snowy owl (Female, juvenile, from a long distance!0

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