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It seemed like the Great Blue Heron at the McKenzie Marsh was not having a good time finding a fishing spot. Upon a short lived landing on one side of the marsh, probably annoyed of being attacked, the Heron was forced to leave. Red-winged Blackbirds and Grackles (Common Grackle)...
St. John's Sideroad west of Yonge Street, near the entrance to future St. Anne's School for Girls. More Wild Turkey Photos Year End Wild Turkey Chase – Former Lundy Farm Wild Turkeys Can Fly, St. John’s Sideroad & Leslie Street
Today I am going to share with you some of the changes that took place in the Town of Aurora ON in year 2019 alone. All photos below were captured throughout the year, so they do not necessarily reflect the current state of the sites. In the future I...
Sideroad
Changes on the horizon; however, more to come. This is a view from the highest point on St. John's sideroad just East of Bathurst Street. Visible are three regional roads, Yonge Street, Bayview Avenue, and right behind the cell tower is the Leslie Street.
McKenzie Marsh
The McKenzie Marsh property on St. John's Sideroad in Aurora has been sold and landscaping behind the pond began sometime in May. Changes can be seen from the main boardwalk observation deck just West of the railroad tracks on the North side of the road. The pond is transforming...
St. John's sideroad
This is the upgraded St. John's sideroad in Aurora ON looking West. We went for a drive today in the morning to check out the area and to take a few street view photos after the major reconstruction. The grading is definitely different. We have a new underpass still...
Apparently wild turkeys can fly. I saw it finally for the first time and this is my photographic proof and sequel on the sighting of wild turkeys in Aurora. I came back to see them the next day. I never got close to them, as interestingly enough, they kept moving away...
We had a major fog day in Aurora that also went reported everywhere in York Region and GTA. It was more evident on the country side roads and less in the urbanized areas. I must say, no real winter wonderland magic lately, just a few times. Hopefully soon it will get...
McKenzie Wetland - how about writing a bit about this nature place and Aurora's gem? Overload encountered. Often I get a sudden surge of thoughts and a sudden urge to write a blog post. In fact my thoughts are related to our Aurora community and politics mostly; not just municipal politics...
I came at sunrise and then I came back at sunset to see the 'demolition' in progress of the Lundy brick house (currently located off St. John's sideroad, east of Bayview Avenue). Perhaps, not exactly a demolition, but that is what the Demolition Permit from Town of Aurora Building and By-law Services...