Checking out the Rufous Hummingbird at London's Landing. The territory owned by one individual seems large for such a tiny bird; thus, they are known as "feistiest hummingbird in North America."
A Yellow-faced Bumblee Bee (Bombus vosnesenskii) drinking from heather flowers at Terra Nova Sharing Farm.
I spotted these ants carry one ant each across the garden fence. It may be that they are relocating their colony and the adult ants are carrying young ants. Someone also commented that they are Hungry Ants (Formica nitidiventris) but they don't look like them here.
And I was surprised to see the Snow Geese still hanging around Terra Nova this late into the year. Shouldn't they be on their way to Wrangel Island by now!?
And on my way home, I spotted this single Yellowlegs foraging in the ditch. I think this is a Greater Yellowlegs with the seemly longer-bill.
Great day to be out and enjoying nature.