Friday, March 07, 2008

Sightings for Friday March 7th

Chateauguay, Red-winged blackbirds (Carouges à épaulettes) were singing when I got home from work today. A little optimistic I think, with all the snow we've gotten and another 30cm on it's way. T. Long

rue Higgins: 30 American robins (Merles d'Amérique), Red-winged blackbirds (Carouges à épaulettes), 25 Mourning doves (Tourterelles tristes), 25 American tree sparrows (Bruants hudsoniens), “singing” Tufted titmouse (Mésange bicolore) & Northern cardinal (Cardinal rouge) chantaient, Cooper’s hawk (Épervier de Cooper) Monique Groulx saw 2 Red-bellied woodpeckers (M) (Pics à ventre roux) - Pierre Bannon - click photo to enlarge

Sherbrooke, Lac des Nations: Lesser black-backed gull (Goéland brun), Iceland gull (Goland arctique), Glaucous gull (Goéland bourgmestre), Ring-billed gulls (Goéland à bec cerclé) 300+ - Renaud BAETA

Saint – Blaise, 53rd ave. & 1st rue observed around 1:20pm - Mute Swans (Cygnes tuberculés) - Denis Jutras

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