|Its last day: 1 January 2016|
The bird was mainly on the property of Georgette Cornelis just north of the town of Wallaceburg. She was more than happy to allow birdwatchers to search her property for the bird. In fact, she said "the more the merrier!".
Hundreds of birders from all over came to view the bird at least once, some multiple times.
|27 December 2015|
Tonight, I presented certificates of appreciation to Georgette Cornelis as well as her son Larry on behalf of OFO. Larry was the initial discoverer of the bird and throughout its stay, helped birders find the bird while he was around.
As I presented the plaques, Georgette hoped that the situation will happen again! (I hope with a different species though!)