Monday, August 13, 2018
Thursday, August 9, 2018
NONBREEDING MALE HOUSE SPARROW FEEDING A FLEDGELING, TORONTO BOTANICAL GARDEN, NORTH YORK, TORONTO, ON, 8/6/18
In the first photo a nonbreeding male House Sparrow (on the left) is feeding one of the two fledgling House Sparrows. (on the right). The two fledging House Sparrows are shown by themselves in the next two photos. We could tell they were fledglings by their attempts to fly.
From August 3 to September 30, 2018 the Toronto Botanical Garden has an exhibit of over 100 hand-carved stone sculptures by Zimbabwean artists. The sculptures are displayed throughout the garden and all the sculptures are for sale. In addition there is a tented marketplace where smaller sculptures are for sale and where sculpture's work on their sculpture. Entrance to the garden is free. It a great exhibit.