Birding, Biking, Kayaking and Nature loving in Windsor Essex County in Ontario Canada
Sunday, April 9, 2017
Yellow bellied Sapsuckers at Black Oak Heritage Park in Windsor
Saturday, I stopped by Ojibway Park hoping to see Yellow bellied Sapsuckers and eventually found some (3!) at Black Oak Heritage Park. Seeing this particular species during spring migration brings great joy. They are common enough that you will most likely see them yet rare enough that you might need to look for them or perhaps know their call.
I went to Point Pelee today with high hopes of seeing several new migrants but Pelee was a little quieter (bird wise) than I was expecting!
Forster's Terns and Common Loons up close were nice to see at Leamington Marina. Rusty Blackbirds, Fox Sparrow and a Rick M sighting were Pelee highlights. I had my first of year Spring Azures which was exciting to see.
Good birding, botanizing and leping!
Posted by dwaynejava at 8:22 PM
Labels: Bonapartes Gull, Common Loon, Forster's Tern, Rusty Blackbird, Sharp-lobed Hepatica, Spring Azure, Yellow Bellied Sapsucker
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Post a Comment