A few wildlife scenes from my in-law's Georgian Bay cottage . . .
This water snake just shed its skin and decided that a nice warm boat motor was the place to hang out.
This is a massassauga rattlesnake, the only rattlesnake native to Canada, and it decided that our front walkway would be a lovely place to spend a morning. The same place I travel daily . . . in bare feet.
Normally I don't mind things like snakes and wildlife and such, but this rattler was enough to give me pause, I gotta say. You see that little black nub on the end of his tail? That's the rattle he buzzed to warn me and my camera away, which I gladly did after I got a couple of good photos.
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