Aug 242017
 

Beavermead Park in Peterborough is one the city’s premier birding destinations, especially now as fall migration is underway. Bill Crins had 24 species in the park during an hour of birding on August 23 (see checklist below). These included two Red Crossbills, a bird seldom seen in Peterborough.

Red Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra) (2)
– Reported Aug 23, 2017 07:37 by Bill Crins
– Peterborough–Beavermead Park, Peterborough, Ontario
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Red Crossbill – male – Wikimedia

Red Crossbill – female -Wikimedia

Dec 312015
 

Red Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra) (20)
– Reported Dec 30, 2015 04:55 by Luke Berg
– Peterborough – Petroglyphs CBC (Area D), Peterborough, Ontario
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– Comments: “All in Petroglyphs. Flocks of 13 and 7.”

Note: Luke also saw 2 Winter Wren, 18 Common Redpoll, 55 Pine Siskin, 11 Pileated Woodpecker, 1 Bald Eagle, etc. (Click on Checklist)

Red Crossbill (Female), Cabin Lake Viewing Blinds, Deschutes National Forest, Near Fort Rock, Oregon

Red Crossbill (Female), Cabin Lake Viewing Blinds, Deschutes National Forest, Near Fort Rock, Oregon – Wikimedia

Red_Crossbill - male - Wikimedia

Red_Crossbill – male – Wikimedia