[Ontbirds] Orchard Oriole - Kingston, Lemoine Point

Paul Martin via ONTBIRDS birdalert at ontbirds.ca
Sun May 11 11:31:01 EDT 2014

Hi all,

An adult male Orchard Oriole was at the south end of Lemoine Point in
Kingston today (Sunday 11 May) at 9:30am. The bird was singing and foraging
in the short pines and planted saplings along the trail.

Directions: Take Front Road to the west end and park in the Lemoine Point
parking lot. Follow the gravel Shore Trail west. The bird was about
200-400m west of the parking lot foraging in the short white pines and
saplings (just west of the pines) on the right (north) side of the trail,
before the trail hits the forest.

best wishes to all, Paul

Paul R. Martin, PhD
Baillie Family Chair in Conservation Biology and Associate Professor
Department of Biology
Queen's University
Kingston, ON  K7L 3N6
email: pm45 at queensu.ca
phone: +001 613-533-6598
fax: +001 613-533-6617

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