[Ontbirds]RN Grebe, WW Scoter, Tree Swallow at Exeter Lagoons...

Rick Thornton rickthor at sympatico.ca
Tue Apr 10 20:01:50 EDT 2007

This evening's outing to the Exeter lagoon, was highlighted by the presence
of a Red Necked Grebe in the third cell, and a female White Winged Scoter in
the first cell....Also a flyby Tree Swallow held the promise of warm weather
to come (hopefully).... There was also at least 2 Great Blue Herons and
Canada's sitting on eggs...
Exeter lagoons are located a mile and a quarter west of Exeter off highway
83. Drive south to the second gate on the left and walk in. A permit is to
be displayed on the dash of your vehicle. They are available free during
business hours at the town office, in the Library building. 
Good Birding,
Rick Thornton,
Exeter ON

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