Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Post Holiday Post

Been a bit quiet the last day or so around here.  Yesterday I could find very little in the way of migrant birds, but then again I had little time.
Today, a number of warblers were at Brander Park including several Tennessee.  And, two or three more Scarlet Tanagers!

It has been very damp the last couple of days, and a bit foggy this morning.

Cason J. Callaway

Water levels are way up as one would expect.  It has been about three years since this level has been seen. The levels are always cyclical, something that some people (those who think barriers need to be erected in the bottom of the St. Clair River to raise Lake Huron levels!) seem to have difficulty understanding.

A common migrant....

Northern Parula

The scenery was nice at Rondeau on Monday especially along Harrison Trail.  I decided to take this photo in my favourite section.

Found this casualty at the Gardiner deer exclosure.  I think this Yellow Warbler must have hit the fence.

Took a ride out to Mitchell's Bay this evening and checked on the Yellow-headed Blackbirds.

"Yellow Cut-throat"

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