[Ontbirds] Kingston Area Birds: 17th - 23rd August 2019
Mark D. Read
markdread at gmail.com
Fri Aug 23 17:34:51 EDT 2019
Kingston Field Naturalists (KFN) maintains records in a 50km radius of
MacDonald Park, Kingston. Birders using eBird are encouraged to share their
sightings with 'Kingston FN'. Alternatively, please email or send records
directly to me - contact details below. Please note that some sightings may
require review and remain unconfirmed unless stated otherwise.
It has been a steady and quiet summer in the Kingston area but things are
starting to pick up a little as migration once again kicks in. Here are the
highlights of the last week:
WHIMBREL - two birds were seen at Martin Edwards Reserve, Amherst Island on
WHITE-RUMPED SANDPIPER - a single bird was seen on False Duck Island, off
prince Edward Point, on 18th.
LEAST BITTERN - a single bird was reported from New Canal Dock, Wolfe
Island, on 18th.
BLACK VULTURE - a single bird was seen at Prince Edward Point on 22nd,
possibly a continuing bird from last year's unprecedented 'influx'.
PEREGRINE FALCON - singles were seen in downtown Kingston and near Inverary,
north of Kingston, on 18th.
LOGGERHEAD SHRIKE - five birds were seen at Napanee Limestone Plain IBA on
CAROLINA WREN - two birds were seen near Ravensview, just east of Kingston,
on 18th, with another seen near Jones Falls on 19th.
BLACKPOLL WARBLER - an early return bird was banded at Prince Edward Point
Bird Observatory on 22nd.
In order to minimise disturbance to wildlife and property in the recording
area, Kingston Field Naturalists has adopted the KFN Sensitive Sightings
pdf> . Please note that you must be a card-carrying member of Kingston Field
Naturalists (KFN), or be accompanied by a member, to access both the Martin
Edwards Reserve and Amherstview Sewage Lagoons.
As always, a big thank you goes to all those who have submitted sightings
directly or via eBird.
Mark D. Read
337 Button Bay Road,
Mobile: +1 (613) 217-1246
Email: <mailto:markdread at gmail.com> markdread at gmail.com
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