May & June
Black-throated Green Warbler during the Macphail “Birds & Breakfast”.
The birds are back, and are well into the breeding season. The morning chorus is slowing and many young birds have fledged. We have had a number of nice events and some good sighting. Here are a few of the highlights.
American Redstart during Bain Birdathon.
Cedar Waxwing at Campbell’s Pond.
Swainson’s Thrush at Bonshaw Park.
Eastern Wood Pewee
Gray Partridge at Campbell’s Pond.
Wood Duck at Borden Lagoons.
Willet at Cape Traverse.
Yellow Warbler at Noonan’s Marsh.
Now we look forward to the passage of the shorebirds through our area as they will soon begin to migrate on their way south. Bring them on!
This entry was posted in Bird Canada
. Bookmark the permalink