[Ontbirds] Connecticut Warbler + + others at Leslie Spit , Luc Fazio

Luc Fazio via ONTBIRDS birdalert at ontbirds.ca
Sun May 18 07:16:52 EDT 2014


The above Connecticut Warbler Video was taken late in the afternoon/evening of Saturday May 17 at Leslie Spit. South of the Wet Woods. The Connecticut Warbler was showing exceptionally well. It's walking , running, jumping habits while feeding (usually in tall, thick weeds or ground cover..absent this time at Tommy Thompson  or Leslie Spit Park due to a late spring, how lucky!). It should still be here on Sunday am.

2- Common Raven calling many times

3-Many other Warbler sp. ( including Canada, Bay-breasted, Blackburnian, etc.)

Luc Fazio, Mississauga
Direction thanks to David Pryor
Here's a better landmark - from the parking lot, walk west to the main, largest 
stand of trees at the wet woods. On the south side, look for a stand of taller 
trees that have leafed out much more than all the rest of the trees in the main 
wet woods. They easily stand out from all of the other trees. These leafed out 
trees sit maybe 10m west of a rock pile overgrown with red osier dogwood. This 
spot is about 250m west of the parking lot.

The Connecticut is currently walking around on the ground underneath those 
leafed out trees.

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