There has been little change in the bird life at Presqu'ile Provincial Park in the past week, though some species are less plentiful than before.
The two SNOW GEESE that many people saw this month were still present on November 21. At least two groups of TUNDRA SWANS were seen on that date. Although part of the marsh was briefly covered with a skim of ice, most of the dabbling ducks there are still present. Among them have been a few GADWALLS, a NORTHERN SHOVELER, and two NORTHERN PINTAILS, one of which was still present today. The thousands of REDHEADS that had been in
November 26, 2015 - Fred Helleiner
Not many reports have reached me with information about bird life in Presqu'ile Provincial Park in the past week, but those few contained several interesting sightings. At least one of those would be a real bonus if it stayed until Sunday, when an outing of the Ontario Field Ornithologists will be visiting the Park.
The two SNOW GEESE first spotted on November 8 were still present yesterday. Three TUNDRA SWANS seen on Monday were the only ones of that species this week. Dabbling ducks of eight species have been seen fairly regularly from the camp office viewing deck overlooking the
November 19, 2015 - Fred Helleiner