The golden grand-dog, Georgie was visiting for a few days so we went to Heather Moyse Park in the centre of the city for a walk. This park is in an older residential area and is frequented by many area residents, especially dog owners.
The park has various winding trails beside an open field and bridges over streams.
The city high school is visible in the distance. It is a great area to walk a dog and if you repeated the circuit, you’d have a good walk there.
Georgie loves this place. The scent of other dogs and the ones we met whilst there provided a feast for her dog senses. She pranced her way around the trails.
Black capped chickadees were in abundance there. These birds aren’t fed by visitors as are the birds along the boardwalk. Two landed in an needle-free tamarack and feasted on the seeds from the cones. I had never seen chickadees feed like this before but it was tough to take a good photo.
Further along the trail, a rabbit had crossed back and forth probably during the previous night. I took a photo of the tracks before Georgie sniffed around them.
We walked the trails for a half hour before we headed home from canine paradise.