Hiking Around


So much nature. At this state park, meadows and marsh-like habitat borders the Niagara River, so a variety of wildlife can be seen.


Each day I visit a state park nature trail somewhere in our area. We are lucky to have a nice concentration of natural places to explore. This hike took me along the Niagara River not far from where I live. The above image looks back towards the city of Niagara Falls – if you could actually see through the fog.

I was here to see what the day had to offer in wildlife, so here is what I found when the fog lifted.












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16 Responses to Hiking Around

  1. Meta says:

    So glad you are doing nature hikes. It is a blessing to see what nature has to offer.

  2. Pat says:

    Lovely shots.

  3. Great shots! Do you know plant that yellow warbler is perched on?

    • donna213 says:

      You know that plant is like eight to nine feet tall. I want to find out what it is. There is Giant Hogweed in this park and this plant is even taller.

  4. My Heartsong says:

    Quite the bounty of things to see and thanks for sharing.

  5. debsgarden says:

    Beautiful shots, as always. The duck family gives me a warm feeling in my heart! You are fortunate to have so many parks close by.

  6. Aquileana says:

    Marvelous set of photos.
    Thanks for sharing and best wisehs to you,
    Aquileana 😀

  7. It must give you such delight to visit these beautiful places and commune with wildlife.

  8. bittster says:

    You really do seem to get the most out of nature regardless of the season, but I bet this time of year is much more comfortable than January was. You really capture the laid back sometimes hazy feeling of summer!

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