Before moving on from Grand Falls Windsor we visited their wetlands area.
We had a nice time walking around the wetlands and the forest in beautiful weather.
The place was alive with flowers. We'll give you a sample.
Rhodora is in the Rhododendron family.
Dwarf Dogwood (aka Bunchberry) blanketed the edges of the trail.
Been told this is Cinnamon Fern on its way.
We heard many birds but saw very few.
The Starflower's name is somewhat obvious.
The beavers have been quite busy.
False Solomon's Seal was truly everywhere.
Really appreciate it when parks post valuable information.
One of the neatest finds was this Trillium.
We'd seen Trillium before but on this one the flower was hanging upside down underneath.
You almost didn't know a flower was there.
It is a pretty little flower.
It is called the Nodding Trillium.
Violets had begun to emerge.
Two new insects for us. This beautiful Caddisfly
and this Black-banded Orange moth.
These Blue-bead Lilies are so pretty to see.
We caught sight of an American Toad in Canada. Was he on vacation?
The Flowering Currant is so tiny and delicate.
Seems like a great way to end our visit to the wetlands of Grand Falls-Winsor.