In episode 4 of my Lynde Shores Nature Diary, we see some of the new bird arrivals, come across a young White-tailed Deer and we get to compare the landscape as it was in “Frozen February” to how it is now in “Muddy March”!

I continue my Lynde Shores Nature Diary series with a trip to the conservation area on March 21st, 2022. The snow has mostly gone and you can see the grass now! As the snow melts, it is typically muddy underfoot for this time of year.

Watch the video above or view the entire Lynde Shores Nature Diary Series.

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I’m Stu and I go by the nickname “BritHikesOntario”. I’m a displaced British bloke living in Ontario, Canada. I create videos, write stuff and take photographs that all aim to capture the essence of Ontario. Together with my wife, Sara, I enjoy showcasing the birds, landscape, nature and wildlife of this beautiful province!
I hope that you’ll enjoy discovering Ontario with me!