The park is known for its Shagbark Hickory trees
I found a heart shaped stone at the small beach
There is a grey squirrel with a red tail at the park
I saw Mr. & Mrs. Downy Woodpecker and there young
one out looking for dinner on Friday evening
The robins were busy feeding there young
Wild Iris down at the marsh area
Purple is my favourite colour of irises
Lots of webs on the vegetation at the marsh
Saturday evening company.
I think he smelled the bacon Duncan cooked for our breakfast on Sunday
We enjoyed two long evenings at the campfire
Sights From Our Saturday Adventure
A larger Snapping Turtle crossing the road
We had to stop to let it cross safely
Lots of people fishing at Port Maitland
A Belted Kingfisher at the Welland Feeder Canal near Port Maitland
Lily pad flower at the canal
Giant Hogweed by the canal.
This is an invasive plant and if you come in contact with its sap can
cause blistering of the skin and severe burns if exposed to the sun.
The flower is similar to Queen Anne's-Lace but much larger.
It can grow up to 5.5 meters tall.
Flowers growing by the canal
Golden flowers by the beach at James N Allen Park