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Michele Lawlor of Stratford took this photo of a chickadee while on one of her dailies walks along the Queen Elizabeth Hospital trail Monday.
This woodpecker seems to have its winter plumage on while it searches for food among the trees on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital walking trail. Michele Lawlor walks the trail frequently, which she describes as peaceful and well-groomed.
Michele Lawlor of Stratford captured some horses enjoying a sunny but cold day on the hills of New Glasgow, P.E.I. on the weekend.
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