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Black Friday and Reaching 250

Following a full day of birding fun on Thanksgiving, everyone got a good night’s rest. Mom and Dad arose early, awoken by the Wood Ducks… 1,388 more words

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Hendrie Visit Includes Coyote Sighting

I can never leave Hendrie Valley Park without a smile. If you’re in the neighbourhood and perhaps having a down day, the black-capped chickadees here will leave you in stitches. 495 more words

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GREEN WINGED TEAL DRAKE

This is an example of a decorative wooden decoy, hand carved, and ready for display.

Working decoys are available in wood or foam/burlap. All are hand carved, with detailed durable paint, and have glass eyes.   159 more words

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BIG WHITE BIRDS AT EMIGRANT LAKE

EBird says my morning’s birds were just what you should expect for early November at Emigrant Lake.  Small flock of Snow Geese, Smaller flock of Tundra Swans.  203 more words

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Wildlife Up Close: Green Winged Teal Ducks

This gallery contains 2 photos. I did not expect to get so close to Green Winged Teals. These diminutive dabbling ducks (the smallest species in North America) seem to prefer the sanctuary of remote areas to nest, eat, and flock. 54 more words

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A fine morning at Colonel Samuel Smith Park

It’s always a treat to sojourn at Colonel Sam Smith Park, despite the windy, cool, overcast conditions, # perfect autumn morning.

As the song birds were reticent to leave the safety of the shrubbery, my main focus was the waterfowl. 161 more words

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