We’ll have only a few animal photos today, as there are boots to show. Today’s theme is “Urban wildlife of Ontario.”
This comes from reader Ken McKeen, who hails from Amherstburg, Ontario and sent one photo on June 16. Readers are invited to identify the species (the rabbit looks wet). Ken’s notes:
This rabbit appeared moments ago, munching on weeds at the edge of my garage. I purchased a super zoom/bridge camera over the winter and have been fooling around with it for several months. This is the first good wildlife pic I’ve taken with it. No idea on the species etc., sorry.Brave bunny, we live with three cats, one of which is a psychopathic hunter/killer.
And from reader Diana MacPherson:
Female House Sparrow (Passer domesticus) on Feeder:
Common grackle (Quiscalus quiscula):
Eastern chipmunk (Tamias striatus). You should be learning some of the Latin names by now.