Have you seen these birds? They are wanted at Point Pelee - May 2014!
Things were pretty slow again...
Everyone was highly entertained by 2 Henslow's Sparrows (that I didn't see) - as well as some great birds at the tip in the morning including Cerulean (I missed) and Hooded Warblers (that I saw!). My FOY bird was Chestnut-sided Warbler (2!) - and I ended a very casual day of birding with 13 warbler species.
It should be of no shock that I had another Acadian Flycatcher! My 8th of the spring. It was a lovely day for me, but not one filled with intense blog-style birding. I'll have a blog post online tomorrow about the upcoming weather detailing when the insane bird-blogging will resume...
An acadian flycatcher from a few days ago - doing its best dinosaur impression
For a little extra filler, 3 photos from the true "eash beach" of Point Pelee. A few days ago I walked form the extreme NE corner of the park, all the way to the tip (10+km of sand walking)... Access is tough out there, but the habitat sure looks cool. A few snaps -
I even saw a few beaver lodges out there!