[Ontbirds]Cornwall geese, eagles, ducks

Trevor & Wendy Heuvel trevorwendyheuvel at hotmail.com
Mon Mar 20 18:10:07 EST 2006


Birded the Long Sault Parkway this morning.
Hundreds and hundreds of CANADIAN GEESE, a few flocks of SNOW GEESE present 
in the waters visible between the islands. Also two BALD EAGLES - one 
adult-plumaged flying overhead, one immature in an evergreen next to the 
road (very close!) Various ducks mixed in with the geese included many 
COMMON MERGANSERS, about a dozen HOODED MERGANSERS throughout and a pair of 
GOLDENEYE.
DIRECTIONS: The Long Sault Parkway runs between Ingleside and Long Sault off 
of Highway 2, about ten minutes west of Cornwall. (Long Sault is exit 778 
off the 401 - turn right and drive 2 km into Long Sault. Go straight at the 
traffic lights. This is the parkway).
Wendy Heuvel.




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