Atlassing on the Muskoka/Parry Sound Boundary

Burke Korol bkorol at vianet.ca
Mon Jun 23 10:46:23 EDT 2003


Hey,

It has been another productive weekend for atlassing in the Novar -
Sprucedale - Huntsville area, here in northern Muskoka and southern Parry
Sound.

Highlights:
GREEN HERON - 20 June - Yearly Road, 500 m S of Second Ave. (10 km S of
Sprucedale)
SANDHILL CRANE - 22 June - pair on private land, 1 km NW of the Green Heron
BLACK-BILLED CUCKOO - 22 June - Fisher Creek Road at Bittern Creek (3 km W
of Buck Lake)
BLACK-BACKED WOODPECKER - 21 June - Old Aspdin Road Tamarack Swamp (3 km SE
of Aspdin)
RUBY-CROWNED KINGLET - 22 June - Old Novar Road, 1 km E of Bittern Creek (2
km E of Buck Lake)
LINCOLN'S SPARROW - 22 June - Hwy. 518, 3.5 km E of Sprucedale

American Bitterns, Olive-sided and Yellow-bellied Flycachers continue to be
found throughout the area wherever there is suitable habitat.  Pileated
Woodpecker nests with young are nearly fledged and a Chestnut-sided Warbler
nest with 3 eggs (private land) was discovered on 22 June.

**********

Burke Korol
Huntsville, ON
bkorol at vianet.ca

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