Wheelers and Birds

We drove out to the country to Wheelers Maple Sugar Camp on Monday, Family Day. Naturally, I took some pictures. Naturally. And naturally I assume that you naturally want to see them.

Maple Syrup and Pancakes

Pancakes on the grill

Tim Wheeler's Blacksmith Shop

The view from our table, including the bird feeder and the lines that bring the sap to the boiler in the other part of the building. More birds below.

The Birds of Wheelers

Downy Woodpecker

The Birds of Wheelers


The Birds of Wheelers


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10 Responses to Wheelers and Birds

  1. Diana says:

    I think every view that I’ve seen of Canada, not just your posts A.C., have been just beautiful. The snow scenes are so tranquil, peaceful looking. And seeing the birds are an added bonus!
    Love Di ♥

  2. Bernie says:

    Your photos are so crisp and clear, love them all. You have more snow than we do but they are calling for a storm beginning tonight until tomorrow afternoon. Don’t mind as I know Spring will be here soon, looks like Spring has already arrived in ON. Is the sap running yet? Have a great weekend…….:-)Hugs

  3. Ruth says:

    Great pictures! The woodpecker is a Hairy Woodpecker, larger and bigger-billed than the very similar Downy Woodpecker. (Don’t ask me how it got its name)

  4. Beatrice says:

    Naturally, AC, we wanted to see your captures…you thought otherwise?

  5. Melodee says:

    Wow, it’s winter someplace!

  6. Love the bird shots but I’ll take two of those pancakes please!!Hahaaa

  7. Hilary says:

    You assume correctly. And please pass the pancakes.

  8. Pearl says:

    ooh, sweet chickadee.

  9. Kila says:

    Mmm, now I’m hungry!

    Great bird photos!

    That’s more snow than Wisconsin had this past weekend while I was there.

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