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Not a Dickcissel Sketch

Because after two hours of hanging around, he never showed himself.  Nice birding location, though — lots of breeding activity for being so late in the season, and nothing around but open fields and rows of windmills stretched across the … Continue reading

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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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Coyote and Robin

Snow returned on Monday to blanket the countryside, but this past Sunday was a beautiful balmy day.  I went for a walk in the fields while out at my parents’ place, enjoying the weather while it lasted.  It still feels … Continue reading

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Spring, for a moment.

A flock of 25 or so Robins were foraging on the thawed ground below my balcony when I got home this evening. A welcome indicator of spring. As the light faded, and just before they departed, it started to snow … 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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