Sunday, April 26, 2009

Sightings for Sunday April 26th

Low (Lac Bernard): 6 Evening Grosbeaks (Gros-bec errant) from April 6 to 9 (4 males and 2 females) on the feeder; 26 April, 6 females and 2 males. Last time we saw Evening Grosbeaks was in April 2000 - Sirpa Utriainen

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Westmount, parc Summit park: 15 Double-crested Cormorant-15 (over flight) (Cormoran à aigrettes), Woodpeckers - Downy-2, Hairy-1, Pileated-2 (Pics – Mineur, Chevelu, Grand), Blue-headed Vireo-1 (Viréo à tête bleue), American Crow-several (Corneille d'Amérique), Black-capped Chickadee-5 (Mésange à tête noire), Whte-breasted Nuthatch-1 (Sittelle à poitrine blanche), Winter Wren-1 (Troglodyte mignon), Ruby-crowned Kinglet-25 (Roitelet à couronne rubis), Hermit Thrush-6 (Grive solitaire), Robin-6 (Merle d'Amérique), Starling-few (Étourneau sansonnet), Northern Cardinal-1 (Cardinal rouge) Yellow-rumped (Myrtle) Warbler-10 (Paruline à croupion jaune), Palm Warbler-1 (Paruline à couronne rousse), Black & White Warbler-2 (Paruline noir et blanc), - Peter

Hemmingford, Fisher Road: Barn Swallows (Hirondelle rustique) and a singing Brown Thrasher (Moqueur roux) seen - Mark Tomalty

Victoriaville, réservoir Beaudet: Barnacle goose (Bernache nonnette) - Daniel Gagné

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