Male Cardinal feeding his mate (1)
This male Cardinal has just arrived to present his mate with a tasty morsel.
This is an immature Red-tailed Hawk.
Fox kit with intense gaze
Something has certainly caught this fox kit's attention!
Mount Edith Cavell Glacier and Glacial Lake
A view of the Mount Edith Cavell Glacier in Jasper National Park.
Stubb's Falls, Arrowhead Provincial Park
Winter has a beauty all its own along this trail in Arrowhead Provincial Park near Huntsville, Ontario.
Two immature Red-Tailed Hawks greet each other
The first young hawk has just been joined by another, possibly a sibling.
Bald Eagles survey their domain
These Bald Eagles are perched high atop a rocky island on the shore of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, an ideal position from which to fish.
Algonquin Lake at dawn
Getting up early in Ontario's Algonquin Provincial Park is a great way to see nature's paint brush in action.
Syrphid Fly on True Forget-Me-Not wildflowers
This syrphid fly, a bee mimic, is hard at work on wildflowers (True Forget-Me-Not) in southern Ontario.
Male Cardinal feeding female (4)
In this final image of the sequence, the female Cardinal is taking into her bill the insect that her mate brought to her.
This one seemed to love posing.
Eastern Chipmunk in summer
This nervous little fellow stopped his summer foraging for just a few seconds, enough to check out the stranger with a camera.
Tranquil Beaver pond, Algonquin Provincial Park
The beaver is known as a master architect in the Canadian wilderness for its ability to dam waterways and create new habitat, like this pond in Algonquin.
Moraine Lake (4)
Moraine Lake in Banff National Park. This lake is one of the glacially-fed jewels of the Canadian Rockies.
Gray Jay (2)
The population of Gray Jays in Algonquin Park has declined by some 50 percent in recent years, for reasons that are not entirely understood; this is the subject of ongoing research.
Coyote having a lazy day
No, this fellow is not threatening at all...he's just yawning as he rests in the shade on a hot summer day.
These little birds have beautifully-patterned appearance which we can only appreciate in a close-up view.
Golden-mantled Ground Squirrel
This typical squirrel of the Canadian Rockies was photographed in Banff National Park.
Vixen and kit in a tender moment
This little guy is ready to take on the world, as long as mom stays right there!
Grey Seals must always be wary of predators, primarily sharks. In recent years there has been an increase in the number of Great White Sharks found off the coast of New England, and particularly the Cape Cod area, resulting in more frequent predation on this seal.
Curious Grey Seal
This Grey Seal off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, looks curious but is probably looking for handouts!
Grey Seal surfacing
The Grey Seal, seen here off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, is a large seal found on both coasts of the North Atlantic Ocean. Males can weigh up to 680 kg.
Great White Egret in flight (2)
The Great White Egret is known for its slow, graceful flight.
Great White Egret in flight (1)