[Ontbirds] Glossy Ibis continues - Windermere Basin

Barbara Charlton 2barbara.charlton at gmail.com
Wed Sep 3 11:42:31 EDT 2014


Birders,

The Glossy Ibis, found this morning at Windermere Basin by Kevin
McLaughlin, was seen out in the open again at approximately 10:05 a.m. for
15-20 minutes at which time it flew towards the Pier 25 area, (back and to
the far right if you are at the main viewing platform) where it landed and
disappeared into vegetation. The bird is still present but it may take time
and patience to see.

Good birding,
Barb Charlton


On Wed, Sep 3, 2014 at 8:35 AM, Cheryl Edgecombe <cheryle29 at cogeco.ca>
wrote:

> Kevin McLaughlin emailed to advise of an adult Glossy Ibis at Windermere
> Basin off Eastport Drive in Hamilton.  The bird was seen today at 7:55 am.
> It was feeding in the distance to the left of the view seen from the
> observation deck.
>
> Directions:
>
> Take QEW west to QEW Niagara to Eastport Drive, continue over the lift
> bridge, past the 4 way stop on Eastport.  The entrance to Windermere Basin
> is hidden but it is on your right about 1km after the stop sign.  It is
> just
> a short distance after the RV centre where the Snowy Owl had been seen near
> Pier 25 south.
>
> If you prefer to go over the skyway bridge, exit at Woodward, make a right
> as you get off the ramp and woodward turns into Eastport.  Entrance to the
> basin will be on your left a short way down.
>
> Walk out on the path toward the steel mills to the observation area.
>
> Cheryl Edgecombe
> posting for K. McLaughlin
> (nice find!!!)
>
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