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November 2010 Bird Walk

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Garth Riley lead our November 13th walk at Humber Bay. It was a cool foggy morning, but visibility was good enough to see a nice variety of birds. We saw a total of 43 different species including many of the typical winter residents and a few late season surprises. Our best bird was a very late Yellow Warbler. Other lingering summer birds included 5 Black-crowned Night Herons and a single Great Blue Heron.

Here are some photos from the walk:

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A pair of Gadwall in the pond.

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Northern Mockingbirds stay all year, but they’re less obvious because they rarely sing winter.

BlackDuck

Black ducks are easily overlooked, but often found in the mouth of Mimico Creek.

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One of several Downey Woodpeckers seen on the walk.

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Deer tracks in the creek mud.

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This male Pintail is easily overlooked among a flock of Mallards.

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[November 2010 Bird Walk]

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