North America’s most northern frog, wood frogs will over-winter under leaves where they freeze and thaw based on the temperature.
Photo credit: Todd W Pierson
Albino squirrels have been sighted in Toronto’s Trinity-Bellwoods Park.
Photo credit: Peter Trimming
The remarkable purple martin is Ontario’s largest swallow.
Photo credit: Jaime Chavez
A northern harrier flies above a wetland. Hawk Cliff, near Port Stanley, is a great place to spot northern harriers in autumn.
Photo credit: Ken Clifton
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