Saturday, May 7, 2011

May 7, 2011 More Pelee birding

More pictures from Birding Pelee.

An orange variant Scarlet Tanager

Female Eastern Bluebird at DeLaurier

A view of Pelee Marsh from the viewing tower.

Always check the sightings board and book before heading out on the trails!

Alvaro Jaramillo, Bruce Di Labio, Ross Harris, Sarah Rupert, Brandon Holden

Bruce and Ben @ Pelee. This is Ben's 6th year birding Pelee in the spring.

A Sandhill Crane soaring around with Turkey Vultures.

White-eyed vireo is a regular breeder at Pelee.

The Wood Thrush can be easily found in Tilden's Woods.

A Yellow-breasted Chat was a bonus.

Rose-breasted Grosbeak

No shortage of photographers at the tip in the morning.

A morning flight of Red-breasted Mergansers off the tip.

And no shortage of birders too.

Sunrise at the tip.

Comparing notes in the morning.

The Eastern Towhee is a regular migrant and breeder in the park.

Blue-headed Vireo was formerly called Solitary Vireo.

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