The first migrant Baird’s Sandpipers usually appear in southern Ontario during the last few days of July / early August. Here are a few comments on what to look for with Baird’s (far from a definitive list). Continue reading Baird’s Sandpiper: some ID notes
Using eBird’s Explore Data – Line Graph function, I put together an example of fall migration timing for 5 species of warbler (an arbitrary list) within 5 counties… Continue reading Warblers are coming!
2 July 2015 – I had the pleasure of observing a female Cerulean Warbler foraging uncharacteristically low to the ground…..definitely a far cry from way up in the the canopy of a mature hardwood! Continue reading Cerulean Warbler (Setophaga cerulea) – Frontenac Park