Melting snow in the last days of winter mean high inland water levels and a fast flowing Consecon River.
On a silent winter’s morning, a duck swims up Wellington Channel into Lake Ontario in Prince Edward County.
Even cattails can provide winter interest and beauty in a long, cold winter.
Not sure why these Canada Geese decided to spend the winter here instead of heading south!
The woods are mostly silent in winter at the Frink Conservation area -one of Quinte Conservation’s many protected wilderness areas.
looking through the window…amaryllis and snow
On this Silent Sunday, much of the Quinte Conservation forest in the Frink Conservation area is dormant…moss is as vibrant green as every though!
Interesting how some Sumac lose their berry clusters in winter, and some don’t?