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Morning walk at Lambton Woods

Bib Duck (mallard/black duck cross)

I met up with my pal Hobie this overcast morning for a walk through Lambton Woods, along the Humber River, here in Toronto.

Canada Goose balancing on one leg

It was good to get out for a walk along a woodland path to test my knee, which continues to slowly recover after quad-tendon surgery. I was able to complete the walk without problem or pain, although my knee did swell a little after the walk.

Double-crested cormorant drying its wings by the river

We were both surprised by the number of people out on the trails this morning, walking, running and cycling. Still it’s a lovely area and I always enjoy walking there.

Black-crowned Night Heron

Hobie spotted a black-crowned night heron fishing in the channelized creek which flows into the river from the golf course on the other side of the Humber. It’s a spot that often attracts herons and other birds.

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