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Birding report July 21 2016 Even at the height of what birders refer to as the summer doldrums, Presqu'ile Provincial Park continues to produce some interesting birding, though the standards of what makes birding interesting may be somewhat reduced at this time of year. A flock of ten GADWALLS has been regular in Popham Bay all summer, but five AMERICAN WIGEONS that flew over were unusual.  Three GREATER SCAUP were there today.  A HOODED MERGANSER off the south beach and a COMMON MERGANSER off the main beach were birds not often seen in summer.  The GREAT EGRETS on High Bluff Island are spending more time off
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Birding Report While there have been several interesting sightings at Presqu'ile Provincial Park in the past week, nothing has been totally unexpected. Mid-summer diving duck sightings are infrequent at Presqu'ile, so the four species present this week are noteworthy.  Only the four REDHEADS in Popham Bay are regularly seen there.  In contrast, four WHITE-WINGED SCOTERS off beach 1 and a single LONG-TAILED DUCK at Owen Point were unusual, as well as one of the latter vocalizing at night in Presqu'ile Bay.  The two HOODED MERGANSERS that had been in the woodpile marsh since early this month
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