Monthly Archives: May 2014

CAPTAIN MARTIN McCLELLAN, 1771-27 May, 1813

  ST. MARK’S CHURCH, NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE  St. Mark’s is probably the most historic church in the Province of Ontario. The interior is festooned with memorabilia of  the early history of the Province. It was used by the British/Canadian forces as a … Continue reading

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KENTUCKY WARBLER

  KENTUCKY WARBLER

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ALL IN A DAY

Warbler season is finally grinding to a halt with most of the migrating birds having passed through the local area. TENNESSEE WARBLER  WILSON’S SNIPE NORTHERN WATER SNAKE AND FRIENDS    

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TENNESSEE WARBLER

TENNESSEE WARBLER MALE BAY-BREASTED WARBLER  

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WARBLER SEASON CONTINUES

Warbler season is slowly drawing to a close with the appearance of late arrivals such as the Blackpoll. Yesterday was able to significantly upgrade the quality of my images for both the Bay-breasted and Blackburnian warbler. Remember to double click … Continue reading

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WARBLER JOURNEY

On the weekend I traveled with good buddy Paul Lagasi to hunt for warbler’s on the north shore of Lake Ontario.  Over two days we worked Col. Sam Smith park in Toronto, Thickson’s Woods in Whitby,  and Presqu’ile Provincial park … Continue reading

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COL. SAM SMITH

I worked the Toronto waterfront last week from Col. Sam Smith Park to the Humber. Too early for any warbler or shorebird action but there was plenty of waterfowl activity out on th lake. RED-NECKED GREBE  WIGEON  HORNED GREBE PINTAIL … Continue reading

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CAMP X, WHITBY, ONTARIO

Great news from the federal government! Camp X, the famous WWII spy school that was the college of knowledge for notables such as Ian Fleming, creator of the greatest franchise in movie history and Wild Bill Donovan, creator of the … Continue reading

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LITTLE GULL

I was out working the north shore of Lake Erie last week on a bright sunny morning and came across a  Bald Eagle standing guard at the Oakwood Cemetery in Port Colborne where half of my gene pool is buried. … Continue reading

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BETTER HOODED WARBLER

A brief respite in the dull rainy weather has allowed a better capture of the Hooded Warbler. Click once on the image and then click again to examine the feather detail using the right side and bottom navigation bars. MALE … Continue reading

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