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Birding Report August 18 Birders and birds have begun re-appearing at Presqu'ile Provincial Park this week.  Some uncommon or unusual ones have been among the latter (to say nothing of the former).  A significant influx of new arrivals appeared yesterday, after a rainy Tuesday. An apparently unhealthy BRANT, rare in summer, was photographed on the beach this week.  On August 15, the previously reported TRUMPETER SWAN was on Sebastopol Island.  A BLUE-WINGED TEAL was at Owen Point yesterday.  The flock of REDHEADS in Popham Bay has grown in size to well over a dozen birds.  Two CHIMNEY SWIFTS, seen at
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Birding Report It comes as no surprise, given recent weather, that the fall bird migration at Presqu'ile Provincial Park has largely stalled.  It is equally unsurprising that most birders are waiting for more auspicious (derivation: /auspex/ = bird-watcher) conditions before visiting the Park. At least one TRUMPETER SWAN was again present this week in Popham Bay.  Among the ducks off Gull Island the following have been seen this week:  NORTHERN PINTAIL, up to five GREEN-WINGED TEAL, up to eight REDHEADS, GREATER SCAUP, LONG-TAILED DUCK.  A RED-NECKED GREBE was also there this morning, a day
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