Archive for 'Conservation'
Just in case you were wondering if any of your tax dollars were ending up here back in our very own Caledon, here is a list projects in the Caledon area that received Federal Stimulus money this past year from the Federal Government also known as Canada’s Economic Action Plan. Thanks to David Tilson‘s Office, […]
Posted: January 16th, 2010 under Bolton, Caledon, Caledon East, Caledon Village, Conservation, News, Palgrave, Politics.
Tags: Bolton, Caledon, Caledon East, canada's economic action plan, David Tilson, federal stimulus, ontario, Palgrave, peel, Politics, tax dollars
This photo taken back on September 26th in the Palgrave conservation area provides a last glimpse of summer. There is only a small hint of changing colours and it just shows you how quickly it can turn from very green to the colours of fall. This is an HDR photo processed in Photomatix from a […]
I caught a few close ups of this Garden Snake on my way to Caledon Lake. The official name for them is actually Garter Snake but they also go by a number names, garden snakes, gardner snakes or gardener snakes, or even garder snakes or guarder snakes. I took this photo with my new Olympus […]
The above photo is a panorama picture I made of Caledon Lake which is located just south of Orangeville and west of Highway 10. Caledon Lake is easily the largest lake in all of Caledon which isn’t known for having lakes of any significant size. Given the size of the lake you would thing it […]
While looking on Google Maps one day I found an area along the Humber river north of Palgrave, Ontario that appeared to be densely forested and appeared to be untouched. It looked interesting and got my curiosity going so I decided to take small hike for about an hour or two and check it out. […]
With spring just around the corner the ice is starting to melt on many of the ponds in the area, I caught this Canadian Goose walking along the dangerous ice. Although many geese stay year round now those that did leave appear to be returning, I am seeing more and more of them in the […]
This small little woodpecker has been in my backyard for quite a while but I haven’t been able to get a good picture of him until now. I am not entirely sure but I think it is either a female Downy Woodpecker or a female Hairy Woodpecker, if you know please let me know. I […]
I found this little guy a red headed woodpecker inside the Palgrave Conservation area. Unfortunately it had started to snow at the time but I was determined to get a picture of him so once I spotted him I slowly stalked him into the deep woods and with my brand new zoom lens (Olympus 70-300mm) […]