Trumpeters

The trumpeter swans adorn the winter landscape of the La Salle Park every single year. However, they are not so numerous this year.

Trumpeter Swan and ducks

Loneliness

 

La Salle Park

Couple

 

Pebble Beach

Swan Footstep

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Quiet winter Sunday

Benches unde the tree
Gallery Park in the winter
On the Bank of Ontario Lake
On the Lake Ontario
Fly in the Sky
Modern Architecture
Far far away and further

Lunch at Spencer’s Restaurant

Spencer's RestaurantSpencer’s restaurant is a lovely place in Burlington, Ontario at the waterfront of the lake. Absolutely affordable and tasty food. Friendly personal. Amazing view. In the winter time you can watch the skating rink in front of restaurant. At the summer time it turns to the beautiful pond with the fountain.
It is really nice place for the weekend lunch or dinner with lovely companion.
Remember 1975? Lunch plate Oyster Chardone, Niagara reagion

Trumpeter Swan

White Swan with Black legs and noseTrumpeter Swan has been extirpated 200 years ago in Ontario due to hunting pressure and habitat loss. Biologist Harry Lumsden began a provincial reintroduction program in the early 1980’s to re-establish the Trumpeter swan in its former habitat and range.
One of the most popular wintering ground for these lovely birds is in Burlington La Salle Park. Quarter of their population found winter home for themselves. The Trumpeter Swan Coalition is a volunteer organization that take care of them.
Trumpeter Swans are gorgeous birds. However they are looking a little bit different of other swans and their sound absolutely different and really explained their name. The voice sounds like trumpet and all together they make an orchestra of trumpet musicians.
La Salle Park is the lovely place for birds lovers, family entertainment, and just for relaxing and enjoying the nature.