Had a rocking awesome day off work! At day’s end I did a happy dance. (skip the advert)
Observed at Hanlan’s Point, Toronto:
Observed at Hendrie Valley, Burlington:
“There’s an immense intellectual pleasure involved in making identifications, and every time you learn to recognize a new species of animal or plant, the natural world becomes a more complicated and remarkable place, pulling intricate variety out of a background blur of nameless gray and green.” This quote was extracted from an article authored by Helen Macdonald, appearing in today’s The New York Times Magazine. Click here for the full text.