Scarborough Bluffs are in reality a single bluff, which have been named in the plural so that tourists think there is more to see than there actually is. Just like The Beaches. These are two different shots of "The Bluff" from different angles.
Probably the most interesting thing I saw in the way of wildlife was this pair of Cedar Waxwings, which would not hold still for me. The one at the top doesn't look too bad when you click on the picture. Their nest was probably in this tree, as they buzzed my head a couples of times.
Not a bad shot of a red-winged blackbird. The place is crawling with them, especially on the side of the storm sewage ponds.
Water lily in the storm sewage pond. I managed to arrange the shot so you can't see the floating garbage. Didn't see any frogs, but I thought I heard one gagging on the diluted urine.