Photo of the Day: “So Happy Together,” The Turtles. 25 turtles at Mud Lake in Ottawa’s West End. Photo: Hank Hofmann.
Photo of the Day: “Rideau Canal Locks” The pedestrian bridge over the Rideau Canal has become a place for lovers to secure a lock bearing their names. Photo: Judy Andrus Toporcer.
More about “Love Locks” at All In
Photo of the Day: Saturday morning on Mirror Lake. Photo: Dot Beatty, Lake Placid, NY
Photo of the Day: Sunrise today on Treadwell Bay. Photo: Alice Connors, Cumberland Head, NY
Photo of the Day: A “bandit” at the bird feeder. Photo: June McKenney, Indian Lake, NY
Photo of the Day: Reed enjoying the first paddle of the season yesterday on (still mostly icebound) Indian Lake. Photo: Eric Hanson, Starksboro, VT
Photo of the Day: “Menagerie a trois” on the hearth. Photo: Ellen Rocco, Old DeKalb, NY
“So a pug, a lamb and a cat walk into a bar…”
Photo of the Day: Cross Island Farm’s yearling Redbull greets his minutes-old sister while mother Hannah continues to dry the heifer calf. Photo: David Belding
Photo of the Day: Silver Lake in April, waiting for ice-out. Photo: Elizabeth Rogers, Hawkeye, NY
Photo of the Day: Sundance practices napping. Photo: Vici and Steve Diehl, ANtwerp, NY
Photo of the Day: Eastern Screech Owl. Photo: Doria Quinn.
This owl can be seen at North Country Wild Care’s Annual Spring Fundraiser at Longfellow’s Restaurant in Saratoga Springs on May 5, 1-4 pm.
Artwork of the Day: Trout fly, mixed media. Artist: Kai Peterson.
For a gift of $60 or more during NCPR’s Spring Fundraiser, you can take half a dozen different trout flies, hand tied by the artist, as a thank-you gift. http://ncpr.org/give
Photo of the Day: Before Easter Sunrise Service on Gore Mountain. Photo: Greg Schaefer, Clifton Park and Pottersville, NY
Artwork of the Day: Miss Canada III, raceboat. Designer: Douglas Van Patten. This World Champion raceboat, built in 1938 at Greavette Boatworks, is part of the collection at the Antique Boat Museum in Clayton, and will return to its birthplace this year, on loan to the Muskoka Boat & Heritage Centre in Gravenhurst, Ontario.