A Winter Wren was very active searching for food.
Normally a skulker this Winter Wren gave us excellent views.
A very tame Tufted Titmouse was a surprise. Normally we search around Chippawa and Niagara on the Lake for them.
A very late Black-throated Blue Warbler was searching for food low in the shrubbery above the falls.
A small flock of Eastern Bluebirds were observed near Sir Adam Beck Generating Station.
A male White-winged Scoter
A view of the Niagara River from Queenston.
Above the falls 100's of Bonaparte's Gull were feeding and resting.
With low water levels 100's of gulls were resting on the exposed rocks above the falls.
The barge area is a popular location to look for Purple Sandpipers. Unfortunately none were found on the weekend.
Female Long-tailed Duck