Birds, Birds, Birds!
Lori and I spent a great day out at Point Pelee National Park this past week. It was a first for me and a great opportunity to witness the Spring Migration.
We went on a guided walk that was very informative! Great If you're not sure what birds you're seeing.
Some species we saw: Indigo Bunting, Chestnut-Sided Warbler, Water Thrush, Yellow Warbler, Black and White Warbler, Eastern Kingbird, Barn and Tree Swallows, Grosbeaks, Baltimore Orioles and many others!
1. Birds more active and vocal in the morning
2. A good mix of birders and bird photographers were out. Some very big lenses!
3. Everyone was friendly and quick to point out the rarer birds
4. A lot of people knew one another!
It will definitely be an idea next year to go and spend a few days out there. We hardly touched all the different areas in the park you can explore!
First Hamilton Tiger Cat CFL Preseason game shot from the mountain brow
Observations from a day at Point Pelee National Park during the Spring Bird Migration