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By Andrew Zuliani, Aurora ON. My name is Andrew and I am photographer based in Aurora, Ontario. A few days ago, I was frustrated, I could not take any good looking photos or videos. I’ve been spending a lot of time on Instagram and Facebook looking at pictures of famous...
Sheppard's Bush and good weather definitely go hand in hand. Today's winter weather was beautiful and appreciated by many. We all know how volatile our weather has been in the past few months - so I didn't take a risk and I arrived at the conservation area in the...
European Starling
Warning, some readers may find the following a little disturbing. While we were finishing up eating our late breakfast at a local restaurant, a European Starling accidentally flew into the window where we were sitting. After the impact, the European Starling dived involuntarily, face first and wings spread, into...
Seven years ago I knew more about birds than about the community I was living in, and that many years ago I set out on the journey to explore the Town of Aurora community. Today I am still here photo-blogging, in fact blogging about more town related topics than...
Black Bear
A black bear was killed by York Regional Police in Newmarket, Ontario; breaking news on June 1st, 2015. The black bear death news made headlines on almost all major news networks probably across the nation, if the bear only new, CTV, Global, CBC had the coverage; and stirred up...
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...
The Highland Gate Golf Club in Aurora Ontario on a beautiful Saturday morning April 25, 2015. A walk about photo gallery of the west end of the Highland Gate Golf Club that is now closed. Chickadee Fallen Mallard Friends The Last of Golf Just Weeping Gathering Memories Unknown Path Embraced
Hamilton Park
In the morning I looked out the window. I thought of our local Hamilton Park, as we don't have there. Our sidewalk was covered with beautiful smooth snow dunes and the wind was still swirling around. I checked the outside temperature. It was way too cold to go out. Especially...
Cardinals
By K. Taylor, Aurora ON.  I’m starting to suspect that I may be the subject of a well planned, wide scale snubbing campaign. It seems no matter what I do, how hard I try, there is an element of residents who want nothing to do with me. I try...
Arboretum
The Community Arboretum is definitely covered under a much thicker blanket of snow now. During the summer a few walkers and bikers would shout a friendly hello at me. During the winter I have seen no one yet. However, it would be a total understatement to say 'no one in the...

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