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Birding Report Feb. 11 2016 February is traditionally a slow month for birding at Presqu'ile Provincial Park, as elsewhere, yet the open water in Presqu'ile Bay (as long as it lasts) provides plenty of opportunities for observing waterfowl. Two TRUMPETER SWANS were in Presqu'ile Bay on Monday and three GADWALLS on Sunday.  Most of the ducks in Presqu'ile Bay are REDHEADS and GREATER SCAUP.  This morning a layer of thin ice covered much of what had been open water all week, precipitating a mass exodus of flock after flock of those species as they headed out to the open water of the lake.  By noon, a
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Birding Report It should come as no surprise to anyone familiar with current record-breaking weather conditions at Presqu'ile Provincial Park, as elsewhere in southern Ontario, that an influx of migratory birds, primarily waterfowl, has occurred this week.  Much of Presqu'ile Bay is now ice-free.  Comfortable birding conditions have also brought a minor influx of birders, who have found a good variety of birds. A mere three kilometres from Presqu'ile, an unprecedented flock of ROSS'S GEESE for the past four days has put observers on the lookout for those birds to wander into the area
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