Turtle spotted at Ontario Place

Earlier this week, as I stood on the Trillium Park dock, gazing out at the serene waters, a sight caught my eye—a beautiful turtle gracefully swimming in the water. Its elegant movements and tranquil presence captivated me, reminding me of the delicate balance and wonders of our natural world. At that moment, I couldn't help but reflect on the significance of preserving our beloved Michael Hough Beach and the surrounding environment. It served as a poignant reminder that every creature, big or small, plays a vital role in the intricate tapestry of life. The sighting of that turtle reaffirmed the urgency of our mission to protect our beach and ensure that future generations can witness such magical moments in the embrace of nature's beauty.

Can you spot the turtle?

Turtle close up

Perry Toone

Perry, the founder of Thexyz and Curious Penguins, is an open water swimmer and an open-source software enthusiast. He develops privacy-respecting software, fuelled by a passion for digital privacy and high security standards.

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