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Hamilton Caspian Terns

There’s a path that runs along Eastport Drive in Burlington, far more overgrown than most city trails.  It winds its way along the shoreline to a small platform overlooking Hamilton Harbour, although the view is largely obstructed by trees and … Continue reading

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Tern Colony, Hamilton Harbour

The seabird colonies of Hamilton Harbour are seated in what is hardly the most picturesque or naturalized part of the Great Lakes.  Their backdrop is the old Stelco Steel plant, with its billowing plumes and flare stacks, and their shoreline … Continue reading

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Bruce Peninsula

Finally pinned down my Dickcissel! I found this male singing at the exact same location I searched for him (unsuccessfully) last year. Dickcissel reports are coming in from all over the Bruce this summer. A rather tame female Mallard stopped … Continue reading

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