Humber Bay East Toronto, all 3 Mergansers, Wood, Ring-necked and Northern Shoveler Ducks

Theresa Dobko dobko at rogers.com
Thu Feb 7 14:58:01 EST 2002


Humber Bay East was busy today with a great variety of waterfowl.  No 
sign however of the Purple Sandpiper and several people looked.

In the small protected bay just off the parking lot, and also outside of 
the rocks of that bay, all 3 species of Mergansers, RED-BREASTED, HOODED 
AND COMMON MERGANSERS, 1 male WOOD DUCK, at least 3 RING-NECKED DUCKS, 3 
NORTHERN SHOVELERS

and then the usual suspects:  REDHEAD, GREATER AND LESSER SCAUP, 
AMERICAN WIGEON, GADWALL, COMMON GOLDENEYE, LONG TAIL, BUFFLEHEAD, 
AMERICAN BLACK and MALLARD.

Humber Bay West was devoid of anything unusual.
Watch out while driving or walking in the very bumpy and icy parking lots.

Directions:

 From the Lakeshore Blvd. exit at Park Lawn Rd. and drive south into 
Humber Bay East Park and park in the parking lot.  Walk south over a 
couple of small hills and you'll see the inner bay.

Theresa Dobko
dobko at rogers.com
Toronto

Theresa Dobko <dobko at rogers.com>



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