Birding, Biking, Kayaking and Nature loving in Windsor Essex County in Ontario Canada
Saturday, May 22, 2010
PPNP with Ojibway Birders Group
Paul heard this Wilson's as we were walking on the road back to the visitor center, then pished it into view!
as well as an assortment of Flycatchers.
It's really incredible how quickly May goes by when you are a birder! I'm sad that it's basically over, but any longer and my wife would start to get fed up. I often think that Pelee Wings, after the birding rush of May should stop selling optics, and start offering marriage counselling! (joke... my wife is cool with me birding).
Posted by dwaynejava at 5:15 PM
Labels: Bay Breasted Warbler, Blackburnian, Canada, Cedar Waxwing, Common Loon, Indigo Buntings, Point Pelee, Scarlet Tanager, Summer Tanager, Warbling Vireos, Wilson's Warbler
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There were lots of Cedar Waxwings at Rondeau today as well.ReplyDelete
More flycatchers too.