American Goldfinch on ox-eyed sunflower, Rondeau Provincial Park, October 6, 2018. Spinus tristis American Goldfinches breed later than most North American birds. They wait to nest until June or July when milkweed, thistle, and other plants have produced their fibrous seeds, which goldfinches incorporate into their nests and also feed their young. source - https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/American_Goldfinch/
Hermit thrush, Nov 4, 2019, Rondeau Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada. Late in the day we had a flurry of birds, including this hermit thrush, coming into the water feature in the yard. Catharus guttatus Hermit Thrushes sometimes forage by “foot quivering,” where they shake bits of grass with their feet to get insects. They also typically begin to quiver their feet as they relax after seeing a flying predator. Some scientists think the quivering happens as the bird responds to conflicting impulses to resume foraging or continue taking cover. source - Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
One of the interesting yet unadvertised sites in Newfoundland is the folded rocks near Port aux Port.
You have to ask locals exactly where they are and how to get to them but it is worth the effort.
This formation is also called the Faults & Folds of West Bay Beach. "The folds of rock are related to the churning tectonic activity that gave rise to the earth's mantle hundreds of millions of year ago." For scale I am about 6 feet tall.