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Waxwing & Robin Study

While on my way to Grass Lake early yesterday morning, I came across this Cedar Waxwing lying in the middle of the road.  The back of the bird was a bit smashed up, but I keep plastic baggies and a … Continue reading

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Cardinal Study

The Northern Cardinal is one of the most brilliantly coloured of our North American birds.  Originally a more southerly species, it has extended its range north over the past two centuries and is now a common sight in parts of … Continue reading

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Colpoy’s Bay

A chilly Easter weekend in Wiarton without a car left few opportunities to go birding, but the area around the cottage presented a few good birds. Cardinals and Purple Finches were (loudly) laying claim to the yard. A Brown Creeper … Continue reading

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