[Ontbirds]Tree swallows and waterfowl in Washago

Couchiching Conservancy nature at couchconservancy.ca
Mon Apr 9 11:03:42 EDT 2007


Yesterday a flock of about 50 Tree Swallows danced through the snowflakes above the Green River in Washago; the first sighting for the year.  From Hwy 169 about 2 km east of Highway 11, look to the open water to the south.  Also lots of Ring-necked Ducks.

About 5 km further east and south on Highway 169, immediately south of the Black River bridge, a flooded field has a good mix of waterfowl, including Green-wing and Blue-wing Teal, Pintail, American Widgeon, and lots of Wood Ducks.

Ron Reid
Executive Director, The Couchiching Conservancy
Box 704, Orillia, Ontario, L3V 6K7
(705)326-1620


More information about the ONTBIRDS mailing list