Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Bird Protection Quebec "Field Trip Report" March 21"

Montreal Botanical Gardens, 

19 birders, two new members and three or four hopefully new members to be covered the area of the Botanical Gardens from 8:00 until 12:00. It was damp with a penetrating cold and light snow all morning. The group accidentally split but regrouped after a short period. Cell phone numbers would have been helpful. The bird of the day was a flock of 50 or more Cedar Waxwings. Thank you all for participating in the trip. 

The list of birds: 1 Cooper's hawk, 30 Ring-billed gull, 3 Downy woodpecker, 10 American crow, 15 Black-capped chickadee, 2 Red-breasted nuthatch, 2 White-breasted nuthatch,12 American robin, 50 Cedar waxwing, 30 Dark-eyed junco, 12 Northern cardinal, 1 Purple finch, 8 House finch, 25 Common redpoll, 1 Hoary redpoll, 25 American goldfinch, 2 House sparrow
1 Épervier de Cooper, 30 Goéland à bec cerclé, 3 Pic mineur, 10 Corneille d'Amérique, 15 Mésange à tête noire,2  Sittelle à poitrine rousse,2 Sittelle à poitrine blanche, 12 Merle d'Amérique, 50 Jaseur d'Amérique, 30 Junco ardoisé, 12 Cardinal rouge, 1 Roselin pourpré, 8 Roselin familier, 25 Sizerin flammé, 1 Sizerin blanchâtre, 25 Chardonneret jaune, 2 Moineau domestique

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