[Ontbirds]Black-throated Gray Warbler - Point Pelee National Park

Sarah Rupert tanager at sympatico.ca
Thu Apr 28 12:26:01 EDT 2005


Hi All

The Black-throated Gray Warbler was relocated this morning.  It was again 
found along the seasonal birding trail, leading south from the Sparrow 
Field.  It was feeding and foraging approximately 3 feet off the ground and 
was seen for good lengths of time today.

The Summer Tanager (male) found along the Woodland Nature Trail yesterday 
continues to be seen today.  It has moved a little bit south, now located in 
the Red Cedar Savanna restoration area along the Redbud Footpath.

Orchard orioles were also reported today, along with many more Yellow-rumps, 
Palms and several Nashvilles.

Please ask for a birding brochure at the gate or the Visitor Centre for a 
complete guide to the seaosnal bird trails in the park.

Good birding!

Sarah Rupert
Leamington, Ontario




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