2021 Update: Yeah, I knew I was probably wrong about this. The flowers in these photos are more likely meadow hawkweed, or Pilosella caespitosa. Colts foot looks like this, and it seems to bloom around the month of May, probably sooner in the warmer inland areas of Newfoundland.
Another yellow flower that seems to appear as the last of the dandelions are going to seed: Colts Foot, also known as Tussilgo.
Colts Foot can be confused with hawkweed.
I’ve seen honey bees on them enough times to know I can add them to my Newfoundland Honey Bee Forage List.
By the way, I see Colts Foot well into the fall.