Tag Archives: Guelph

Guelph Lake Varied Thrush

A female Varied Thrush has been hanging out near the Guelph Lake dam since at least the beginning of last week. I headed out into the -22C cold Saturday morning, joining a shivering group of birders at the trail head … Continue reading

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Pine Grosbeak and Crabapples

I’ve had only fleeting glimpses of the Bohemian Waxwings in the Arb this winter, but Guelph’s other visiting attraction, the Pine Grosbeaks, are much more approachable. Numbers vary from a handful to several hundred, but if one spends a little … Continue reading

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Neibauer Marsh & Guelph Arboretum

Not a wide variety of waterfowl at Neibauer Marsh this morning, but definitely the largest number of Ring-necked Ducks I’ve ever seen in the ponds. In the afternoon, I headed to the Guelph Arboretum for migrants. The Arb had been … Continue reading

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