[Ontbirds] HNC Rare Bird Report - Worm-eating Warbler, Fifty Point C.A. Update

Cheryl Edgecombe cheryle29 at cogeco.ca
Sun May 8 15:42:40 EDT 2005

This morning a Worm-eating Warbler was located at Fifty Point Conservation
Area along the creek that runs down the middle of the park near the large
pond where the fishing pond is.  The bird was seen in the north of the area
seen yesterday, north of the road which runs between the fishing pond and
the lake/harbour, along the creek about 500 m in a meadowy stream valley.
You can park at the lake and follow this stream/meadow south. This is on the
east side of the park where there are tall willows.  This bird was very
skulky today unlike yesterday.

Fifty Point Conservation Area

Take QEW Niagara to Fifty Road.  Head toward the lake and take the North
Service Road around to the first road which
branches off left (sorry forgot the name).  There is a sign here pointing to
the Conservation Area.  Enter the Fifty
Point C.A.  Once in the park, take the road to your right hand side and you
will see the large fish pond infront of you.  There is a road which runs
along the east edge of this pond. Down toward the lake (north) is where we
had the bird in the large willows which line the fish pond area and along
the creek.

Good luck.
Cheryl Edgecombe

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