Ottawa/Gatineau 15Feb02 Hoary Redpoll, Tufted Titmouse, Gray Partridge,
parula at magma.ca
Sat Feb 16 12:02:32 EST 2002
* 15 February 2002
- Birds mentioned
hotline: Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club
date: 15 February 2002
to report: 819-827-8752
coverage: Ottawa/Gatineau (Can. Nat. Capital Reg.), E.Ont., W.Que.
compilers : Bev McBride bmcbride at netcom.ca
: Colin Bowen colin.bowen at sympatico.ca
: Chris Lewis weewa at primus.ca
transcriber: Michelle Martin PMMartin at netcom.ca
internet : Gordon Pringle parula at magma.ca
OFNC BIRD STATUS LINE - FEB 15 2002 AT 7:00 PM
This is Chris Lewis reporting.
Birds reported this past week include a Short-eared Owl on February 11,
Russell, at the intersection of Route 200 and Eddy Street, an immature Golden
Eagle on February 9 along the Eardley-Masham Rd, north of Luskville Quebec, and
a HOARY REDPOLL, also in Quebec, in the area of Val des Mont/Perkins at 121
chemin Blackburn, approximately 6 km north of Perkins. The Hoary is visiting a
feeder in front yard of this address - birders are welcome but it is
that you park on the street and walk up the laneway.
A new Caroline Wren report comes from today at 73 Amberwood Cres, off Prince of
Wales, south of Hunt Club Rd. This bird has been visiting the backyard feeders
for the past 3-4 days, usually in the early afternoon. Birders are welcome to
view the feeders from the right side of the house, next to the garage.
GRAY PARTRIDGES were seen at 20 Barnsdale Rd in the Greenbank and Fallowfield
area today and a Pileated Woodpecker was seen in downtown Ottawa today, as on
previous occasions earlier this winter.
The TUFTED TITMOUSE continues to visit the feeders at numbers 13 and 14 in the
trailer park at 5620 Rockdale Rd in Vars, and for those still pining for a
Grackle for the winter list, one was seen on February 13 at 2 Rastila Cres,
of Albion Rd. This bird has been occasionally visiting the backyard feeders
If you have information you would like to share with the Bird Status
line, please call 819-827-8752. This should be a local call from
most parts of Ottawa. Leave your name, phone number and details of
the sightings, including date and location, numbers of individuals,
and any other pertinent facts. If you would like more information on
the club and its activities, please call 722-3050 or visit
Thank you, good birding.
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Gordon Pringle <parula at magma.ca>
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