Blue-winged, Golden-winged and Prairie Warblers

Friday, May 27: Today, we will explore some lovely and under-birded roads in South Frontenac Township in search of Blue-winged and Golden-winged warblers, as well as their hybrid pairings, Brewster’s and the much rarer, Lawrence’s. We will track west, south of Kaladar, in search of Prairie Warblers, as well! Incidental target species include Cerulean Warbler, Yellow-throated Vireo, Yellow-billed Cuckoo, Scarlet Tanager, Indigo Bunting, Eastern Towhee, Red-shouldered Hawk, Barred Owl and much more.

What to pack: Please dress for the season, and be sure to take a look at the forecast for the region in which we will be birding a few days out from the tour. Please pack a cooler with the food and drink of your choice. Pack your optical and photographic equipment, as well as your field guides should you wish to consult them during the tour.  Although they are not mandatory, I recommend packing a mask for whenever we might be birding in tight spaces.

eBird Checklists: I will take care of all of the checklists for the day, and share them with you when the tour is complete. Your eBird statistics will automatically update when you accept the checklist. If you are not an eBird user, that is perfectly fine; I will email the checklists when I arrive home. You’ll be able to browse through the sightings list without having to be an eBird user.

Washrooms: We will be birding along quiet backroads in the Frontenac Arch. Clients will have to use the “great outdoors” for their restroom breaks, as no proper facilities will be available.

Meet-up time and location: 8:00 a.m. at the Esso gas station in Verona

Duration: 5.5 hours.

Cost: $105 per person (HST-included). I do not have a preference when it comes to payment type; I accept e-transfer, cash and cheque.

Register for this outing by using this sign-up form

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