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Birding Report The first significant numbers of insectivorous birds have arrived at Presqu'ile Provincial Park, but are likely going hungry these last few days, with sub-zero temperatures and snow both having occurred. Pairs of WOOD DUCKS are showing up in wet areas of the woods.  A GADWALL was off the beach this morning.  A WHITE-WINGED SCOTER flew past the lighthouse.  Most of the LONG-TAILED DUCKS have now molted into their summer alternate (breeding) plumage, with which birders in southern Ontario are less familiar.  Two BLACK-CROWNED NIGHT-HERONS were on High Bluff Island on Friday.  While the
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Birding Report The predicted surge of new bird arrivals at Presqu'ile Provincial Park occurred on Friday and Saturday of last week, with good numbers still present on Sunday. Most of the ducks that pass through in the spring have thinned out.  A flock of three NORTHERN PINTAILS  and an AMERICAN BLACK DUCK flew in from the west on Saturday, and one of the former was seen today.  GREEN-WINGED TEAL are present along the shore of the beach on most days, with a high count of 22 on Saturday.  Five SURF SCOTERS were off beach 3 this morning.  Several attempts to find RED-THROATED LOONS in Popham Bay were
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