[Ontbirds] Nonquon - Red-necked Phalarope

Joanne Redwood jem.redwood at live.ca
Tue Aug 9 13:14:57 EDT 2016

The one remaining Red-necked Phalarope is still present in the southeast corner of the southernmost cell.  See directions below.

Bonnie, Chris, Joanne

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> On Aug 8, 2016, at 1:23 PM, "geoff.carpentier at gmail.com" <geoff.carpentier at gmail.com> wrote:
> The lagoons continue to be good. Today I had (these are actual counts not estimates):
> 2 Red-necked Phalaropes (both immature)
> 80 Killdeer
> 6 Semipalmated Sandpiper
> 101 Least Sandpiper
> 6 Pectoral Sandpiper
> 1 Stilt Sandpiper 
> 90 Lesser Yellowlegs
> 5 Greater Yellowlegs
> 2 Solitary Sandpiper
> 3 Spotted Sandpiper
> 32 Black Tern
> 159 Bonaparte’s Gull
> How to Obtain a Nonquon Sewage Lagoon Permit 
> Permits must be purchased in advance of entering the lagoons. Permits can be obtained from 605 Rossland Rd., Whitby, or at the Scugog Waste Transfer Station, 1623 Reach Street, Port Perry. An electronic version of the Nonquon Sewage Lagoon Birder Permit is available in PDF format at http://www.durham.ca/finance.asp?nr=/departments/finance/financeinside.htm. 
> Nonquon Sewage Lagoon Birder Permits are available for $10 per permit. Cheques will only be accepted at Regional Headquarters. Payment by cash only at the Scugog Waste Transfer Station. 
> Completed Applications should be forwarded to: Finance Department - Insurance & Risk Management, 605 Rossland Road E., Whitby, ON L1N 6A3 
> The lagoons are located one road north of the transfer site on Concession Rd. 8 [don't get confused as, despite the fact that these roads are both numbered "8", they are two different roads - one is a regional paved road, the other a dirt concession road.]. Access to the lagoons is from the east end of Conc. 8 only as the bridge is out west of the lagoons.
> Geoff Carpentier
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