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Green Therapy Walk Through Sheppard’s Bush

Emerald Ash Borer, Eliminate the Food Source I Say

Birding in the Town of Aurora, Get Ready


Apparently wild turkeys can fly. I saw it finally for the first time and this is my photographic proof and sequel on the sighting of wild turkeys in Aurora. I came back to see them the next day. I never got close to them, as interestingly enough, they kept moving away with every step I made towards …

My memories of the St. John’s sideroad open farmed fields are slowly fading away. Less and less I hear from some of my acquaintances, “it used to be such a nice relaxing drive between Bayview and Leslie.” Take a drive, no longer can one feel like that. My memory of the beautiful treed lot on …

Supermoon, tonight is the record braking full moon, in fact the biggest in 68 years. Enjoy! If you out there in Aurora look up. Supermoon Full Moon

Mallard duck the most familiar bird in the Town of Aurora beside the Canada Goose. Mallards at play at the Atkinson Wetland boardwalk on St. John’s Sideroad (South Side). Anna Lozyk Romeo, Editor’s Notes Aurora, ON Atkinson Wetland Aurora Mallard Duck

Beautiful views of the Oak trees in the morning fog, both located at the Aurora Community Arboretum. Look out from parking lot of the Aurora Off Leash Dog Park on Industrial Parkway.

Enjoy the snow because it is not going to last. Spring in Aurora is in fact around the corner. I know that for those driving everyday snow storm is not something you call a fun. I know how it is for myself; I drove long distances before. The snow storm is something we would rather not have. But, this winter …

Winter is back in Aurora (Hamilton Park) for the second time this year. We only had two full snowfalls in Town as of today February 18, 2016. No one expected that this year will be a warm winter; the Town didn’t either. We almost gave up on the snow; but it came. Will there be more? Photos: Hamilton Park …

Visiting Atkinson Park. What’s better, blue skies and cold weather or warmer weather and overcast skies? I take the blue skies and cold over the latter. Shorter days and no sun, that’s what I observed this winter. Lots of gloomy dark days, especially when there is no snow to make it brighter. Seeking crispy blue …

Here I am again. I submerged myself tirelessly in federal politics for 78 long days and now I emerged just in time for the beautiful fall colours. They say shades of green are therapeutic. Perhaps yellows, oranges and browns are colours of letting go. Getting ready for another season. They’re teaser colours of some sort. …

What happened to the Canada Geese? I have noticed that around the McKenzie Wetland, the Atkinson Wetland and the Nokiidaa Trail Link boardwalk on St. John’s Sideroad, just East of Yonge Street, views have been almost “goose free.” I am not complaining. There are many other hard to spot species at the wetlands to observe, …