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Birding Report Rare birds always make for excitement, but the discovery of two in one week at Presqu'ile Provincial Park has been a bonus. Two BLUE-WINGED TEAL and a few REDHEADS, as well as an AMERICAN COOT, were spotted by Park staff visiting High Bluff Island.  A BLACK-BILLED CUCKOO was at the lighthouse on Monday and another was found yesterday.  Shorebirds have been somewhat erratic, showing up in good numbers and variety on at least two days and being virtually absent on other days.  Some of the more interesting ones were a BLACK-BELLIED PLOVER, a RED KNOT (last seen on August 11), two STILT
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Birding Report The predicted surge of passerine migrants after the weekend cold front proved to be more of a trickle, but an unexpected rarity and a resurgence of shorebirds have made for an exciting week of birding at Presqu'ile Provincial Park. In Popham Bay there have been a few REDHEADS and GREATER and LESSER SCAUP in recent days.  BLACK-BILLED CUCKOOS have been seen in two different locations this week.  COMMON NIGHTHAWKS should soon be passing through the Park in their fall  migration.  Fifteen species of shorebirds have been seen in the past week.  Highlights include BLACK-BELLIED PLOVER, RED
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