Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Ile St-Bernard, Tuesday July 10th

Tom and I spent a couple of hours going along the outer trail of Ile St-Bernard this morning. We saw/heard 50 species of birds plus 3 deer and a mink.

Highlights were:Bobolink, Brown Thrashers, Spotted Sandpiper, Belted Kingfisher, Rose-breasted grosbeaks, many juvenile Baltimore Orioles, Great blue heron, Great egret, Black-crowned night-heron, Common & Black terns, Woodpeckers - Flicker, Downy, Hairy & Sapsucker, Flycatchers - Pewee, Great-crested & Kingbird, Warbling & Red-eyed vireos, Tree, Cliff & Rough-winged swallows, House & Marsh wrens, Hermit thrush, Veery, Yellow Warbler, Chestnut-sided Warbler, American Redstart, Common Yellowthroat


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