Sunday, May 27, 2007

Sightings for Sunday May 27th

Montreal, parc nature Cap St-Jacques: 61 species 9 species of warblers including Magnolia, Tennessee, Nothern waterthrush, Morning (Parulines à tête cendrée, obscure, des ruisseaux et triste), Common loon (Plongeon huard), Scarlet tanager (Tangara écarlate), Bobolinks (goglus des prés), Eastern meadowlarks (Sturnelle des prés), Red-bellied woodpecker (pic à ventre roux), Northern thrasher (Moqueur roux), Veery (Grive fauve) - Sylvie Vanier

Chateauguay, Île Saint-Bernard: 50 Species including: Roughed grouse, Bobolink, Rose-breasted grosbeak, Veery, Marsh and house wrens, Warblers – Yellow, American redstart, Common yellowthroat, Chestnut-sided, Black & white, Blackpoll, Ovenbird and Canada – T Long

1 comment:

Donald said...

I would appreciate hearing about any migrating monarch butterfly sightings in your area. There have been a few Quebec and New Brunswick reports.


Don Davis
Toronto, ON

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