Excellent weather again this morning at Point Pelee. There was a Reverse
Movement off the Tip but the birds were very high. At least one CERULEAN
WARBLER was involved among many other species.
The highlight through the Park today was an adult MISSISSIPPI HIKE, which
was first noted at the Visitor Centre over the Parking Lot heading south.
It then circled back and headed north.
Also noted at the Tip were RED-HEADED WOODPECKER, and SUMMER TANAGER.
Farther north in the Woodland Nature Trail, 2 MOURNING WARBLERS were found
half way down the west side of the trail to halfway Tram stop. Several
PROTHONOTARY WARBLERS are still being seen between bridge A an C
especially. Also noted were many species of warbler including CANADA
WARBLER, BLACKPOLL WARBLER, NORTHERN WATERTHRUSH, WILSON'S WARBLER,
CERULEAN WARBLER, BLUE-WINGED WARBLER, and WHITE-EYED VIREO.
We heard a KENTUCKY WARBLER singing near bridge A and also a
YELLOW-BREASTED CHAT was also seen near sign 6 on the Woodland Nature
A PRAIRIE WARBLER was found up at Sleepy Hollow.
No word yet on the Bell's Vireo seen yesterday along the footpath between
White Pine and Black Willow picnic area.
The Festival of Birds is brought to you by Parks Canada and the Friends of
Point Pelee. The Festival of Birds runs from April 30 to May 23. For more
information please visit Festival of Birds.ca