Saturday, May 7, 2016

Selected Photos While Birding at Point Pelee May 7th

I walked the park today from about 7am-12 noon. I left feeling disappointed --- it seemed dead, but there was some diversity to be found singles of several warbler species. In hindsight, it wasn't too bad.

This might be a Grey cheeked Thrush, not a Hermit Thrush. Any thoughts?

This Red Trillium was seen at Kopegaron Woods, not Pelee

These little white flowers were found at Ojibway Park this week. My Audubon's Botany guide (donated by reader Irene) indicates that these flowers are named Pussytoes because the little white flowers look like a kittens paws... That is botany for you ... :p

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