[Ontbirds] Sandhill Crane-kawartha lakes: 2nd flock and correction

Brian Snell briansnell at rogers.com
Tue Nov 14 12:18:04 EST 2017


43 eden rd is south of Peniel. 239 Eden is north, where there is a second flock of Sandhill Cranes on the west side, 50+ individuals. 

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>   2. Re:   Townsend?s Warbler just outside Rondeau Park
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>   3.  Townsends/ Eurasian Wigeon Erieau/ Rondeau (Dean Ware)
>   4.  Long Sault: Red Phalarope (Jon Ruddy)
>   5.  Cornwall: King Eider (Jon Ruddy)
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> Date: Sun, 12 Nov 2017 13:13:56 -0500
> From: Brian Morin <brianlmorin at gmail.com>
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> Subject: [Ontbirds] Gannet along the Ottawa River west of Ottawa
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> Bruce Di Labio just called to say he had a first year Gannet fly by along
> the shore of Constance Bay west of Ottawa at 12:30. He lost sight of the
> bird and did not refind it but the bird was heading east so a check of the
> Ottawa River around Lake Deschenes may be advisable.
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> A first year Gannet was also seen yesterday near the Quebec border on the
> Ottawa River.
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> Brian Morin
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> From: Jeremy Bensette <jeremy_bensette at hotmail.com>
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> Subject: Re: [Ontbirds]  Townsend?s Warbler just outside Rondeau Park
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> We have refound the Townsend's Warbler a number of times in the last half hour in the central area of the block between Second St. and Third St. to the west of Centre St., more or less where it was seen much of yesterday. This is just outside of the entrance to Rondeau Park in Chatham-Kent. 
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> Super birding!! 
> Jere 
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> Jeremy Bensette - Leamington, ON
> I'm doing an Ontario Big Year in 2017!
> Another shocker warbler makes 342!!
> Thanks so much for all the support.
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>> On Nov 12, 2017, at 10:50 AM, Steve Charbonneau via ONTBIRDS <birdalert at ontbirds.ca> wrote:
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>> Hi everyone,
>> The Townsend?s warbler continues in the Bates subdivision this morning but it has been moving around a lot. It feeds in the oaks and the junipers, often in the company of a couple of chickadees and a few kinglets. It?s been seen all the way from 5th St at the north to 1st St at the south, east of Centre St. Last seen at 10:35. Good luck!
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> Date: Sun, 12 Nov 2017 17:23:09 -0500
> From: Dean Ware <deanware1 at gmail.com>
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> Subject: [Ontbirds] Townsends/ Eurasian Wigeon Erieau/ Rondeau
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> Birders,
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> After viewing the Townsends Warbler I found breeding plumage male Eurasian
> Wigeon on the Rondeau Bay side of Erieau. The bird was mixed in with
> Redheads and American Wigeons which made sighting it difficult.
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> Erieau is along the South shore.of Rondeau Bay.
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> Dean Ware
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> Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2017 15:10:15 +0000
> From: Jon Ruddy <accipitriformes at gmail.com>
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> Subject: [Ontbirds] Long Sault: Red Phalarope
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> I have just discovered a Red Phalarope along Long Sault Parkway. I am at
> the east end of Macdonell Island, looking E. The bird is foraging
> approximately 400 meters from shore and is approximately 150 meters north
> of Royal Baker Island
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> Good birding
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> Jon Ruddy
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> Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2017 16:03:06 +0000
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> Subject: [Ontbirds] Cornwall: King Eider
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> Female King Eider viewed from Guindon Park boat launch, just west of
> Cornwall. Accessed via Highway 2. The bird is mingling with Goldeneye 300 m
> east of boat launch
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> Good birding
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> Jon Ruddy
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> Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2017 16:41:21 +0000 (UTC)
> From: Fazio Luke <lukefazio at rogers.com>
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> Subject: [Ontbirds] Leucistic Red-tailed Hawk, BL Kittiwake & other
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> Hi Folks? ? 1) The LEUCISTIC Red-tailed Hawk is still around today in SW Mississauga. See Video?
> ? ? ??https://youtu.be/_u6OuHERUKQ
> It was in the Lakeshore Rd, east of Winston Churchill Bld, near "Grant Haulage"?2) Yesterday, at Van Wagner's Beach, Hamilton we had the Black-legged Kittiwake, as well as a 1st year Glaucous Gull and a 1st year Iceland ( Thayer's) Gull. Sitting on the beach to the right of Hutches Restaurant.?3) As well be aware that GH Owls and Snowy Owls ( both Plural) have been seen in the South Halton county. No locations disclosed!!
> Luc Fazio
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