Feb 252017
 

This morning (February 24), a Red-winged Blackbird visited our feeder. We’ve also had a Belted Kingfisher on the Otonabee River all winter, along with two juvenile Bald Eagles and quite a few Common Goldeneyes. There has also been a Red-tailed Hawk along the 6th Line of Selwyn.

Annamarie Beckel, Selwyn Township

Female Belted Kingfisher – Jeff Keller (Note: The male does not show any rufous.)

Red-winged Blackbird – Karl Egressy

Jan 152017
 

I drove out River Road to Lakefield on January 14 to see what I could find. At Bolton Farm, I found this Belted Kingfisher making its way up river from tree to tree. The river was high, fast and with little bird activity –  just a couple of Common Goldeneye ducks.

Sue Paradisis

Belted Kingfisher – January 14, 2014 – Otonabee River – Sue Paradisis

 

Common Goldeneye male – Karl Egressy

Apr 282016
 

On April 15th, I was able to get some shots of Green-winged Teal, Wood Ducks and a Belted Kingfisher on Lynch Road, just east of Lakefield.

Jeff Keller, Bridgenorth

Green-winged Teal - Jeff Keller

3 Green-winged Teal males and 1 female – Jeff Keller

Male Wood Duck - Jeff Keller

Male Wood Duck – Jeff Keller

Female Belted Kingfisher - Jeff Keller (Note: The male does not show any rufous.)

Female Belted Kingfisher – Jeff Keller (Note: The male does not show any rufous.)