Land snails have lungs and breathe air so they are classified as Order Stylommatophora.
Bracket fungi (or shelf fungi) are made up of the phylum Basidiomycota.
Autumn is around the corner, so I was very surprised to be able to find these little guys hiding in between the crack in the trunk of a tree.
These appeared to be common daisies to me.
Buff-tailed bumblebees are a member of the bee genus Bombus, which are part of the Apidae family.
My apologies for the photo being a bit blurry, the camera on my phone was unable to take a clear photo of this bumblebee as it was buzzing and flying so fast!
Tagetes Patula (commonly known as a French Marigold) is part of the Asteraceae family. This plant originates from Mexico and Guatemala.
In some regions, the plant blooms during July to October. It bloomed during the perfect time for me to snap this photo!
The shell is white and brown
The tip of the plant has white pedals, the stem and leaves are green. The stem, has something that looks like hair.
The ant is brown, and the lower part of the body is shiny, and is the colour of gold. The size of the ant is about 0.5-1cm long.
The upper part of the insect was mostly yellow, while as the lower part of the body was black. This insect was approximately the size of a nickel (5 cents Canadian). The upper part of the body looked fury.
Green colour plant/moss, it seems like it can attach itself to rocks and tress and grow. I've seen this type of plant and numerous locations in the park.
A small bird that is approximately 12-14 cm tall. The feathers are blue and the feathers inside are white (chest & stomach area)
Green plants with lots of leaves, some parts of plant has pods, which has the plant seeds. The plant seeds are brown at the bottom, white cotton material near the top.
Small white flower, five pedals per flower, the green leaf is about 5cm tall. The average height of the whole plant is about 20-30 cm tall.
Light purple/blue flowers, lots grown together
Duck, blue stripe on wing
Dark grey coloured squirrel
small white flowers, white fluffy tip, lots grown together
Small black berries, many berries together, on small tree
Tall growing by river bank, long green stem, brown tip, fluffy white stuff inside
While walking through the forested area of Rouge Park I found flowers such as the one noted in the park. I do not think they were put there by man but that they are a beautiful product of natures work.
The average of hight of the flower was about 40-60 cm tall, the leaves were long a thin, the flower petals were grown from the tip of the plant and appeared to be closed. The stem and leaves were green and the tip of the flower was white.