Jan 242017
 

Carolina Wren (Thryothorus ludovicianus) (1)
– Reported Jan 22, 2017 09:50 by Chris Risley
– Jackson Park and area, Peterborough, Ontario
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– Comments: “Seen at 476 Bonaccord Avenue at feeder, possibly continuing bird from Jackson Park trail near Bonaccord Avenue entrance, first sang and then we saw it by feeder and then on left (west) side of house, good view; small sparrow sized, white eyestripe, longish bill, cocked long tail”

Carolina Wren (Wikimedia)

Dec 012014
 

This morning, Nov. 30, I had a Carolina Wren at my feeder on Conger Street. Later, my husband, John, and I went to the Lakefield Sewage Lagoons and saw three female Bufflehead ducks. On our way back to Peterborough, there was a a possible Ross’s Goose in with a large group of Canada Geese just south of Lakefield. At first we thought it was a Snow Goose but the size (in comparison to nearby Mallards) seemed too small.  Later, we had a male and female Hooded Merganser below Lock 24.

Marie Duchesneau, Conger St., Peterborough

N.B. This may be the same Carolina Wren that has been turning up at Luke Berg’s house on nearby Benson Ave. D.M.

Carolina Wren (Wikimedia)

Carolina Wren (Wikimedia)

Nov 202014
 

Brant (Branta bernicla) (1) CONFIRMED
– Reported Nov 19, 2014 11:45 by Ed Poropat
– Burleigh Falls, Peterborough, Ontario
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– Comments: “Continuing juvenile bird”

Carolina Wren (Thryothorus ludovicianus) (1)
– Reported Nov 19, 2014 07:00 by Luke Berg
– Luke’s Yard, Peterborough, Ontario
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– Comments: “Assuming it’s the same one, it’s the first time I’ve seen him in several weeks. Landed briefly on nyjer feeder! The bird has continued to come to the feeder throughout the day (I have seen it visit the feeder 4 times so far today).”

Carolina Wren (Wikimedia)

Carolina Wren (Wikimedia)

 

Sep 102014
 

Carolina Wren (Thryothorus ludovicianus) (1)
– Reported Sep 10, 2014 08:15 by Walter Wehtje
– Peterborough — Rotary Trail at Parkhill, Peterborough, Ontario
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– Comments: “Continuing bird. Responded to pishing by repeatedly giving distinct “Jeet” warning call. Came in from west side of trail. A large brownish wren with a pale throat.”

Carolina Wren (Thryothorus ludovicianus) (1)
– Reported Sep 10, 2014 07:05 by Iain Rayner
– Ptbo – Water St., Peterborough, Ontario
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– Comments: “Continuing. Singing in same spot as two days ago. This time I got better looks and was able to see white supercilium.”

Carolina Wren (Wikimedia)

Carolina Wren (Wikimedia)