Today’s plan was to photograph the birds that congregate at the feeders at the Visitors Centre and then do one last trail at the Algonquin Logging Museum before heading home. We hoped that we would beat the snow that was forecast to come in that afternoon.
We were not disappointed when we arrived at the centre. Quite a number of birds were flying from the trees to the feeders and back. The forest was abuzz with many different types of birds.
There was one bird that I happened to catch – although not the greatest photograph – called the Red Crossbill. Apparently its rare to see it in the park.
Needless to say we were quite successful in getting lots of bird photographs.
From here we headed out to our last hike of the trip at Algonquin Logging Museum. We didn’t know what to expect here but it turned out to be quite fun and I got some great shots here.
Halfway through our hike it started to snow lightly and as we got closer to the cards it got heavier and heavier. It was time to head home. It was a great weekend and I look forward to more winter trips here.