May 15, 2007

A large wave of migrants appeared in the Kawarthas this morning. Between 8:00 am and 9:00 we tallied a fourteen warbler species singing and/or feeding within 100 m of our home at Mt. Julian: Black-and-white Warbler,Pine Warbler, Yellow Warbler, Yellow-rumped Warbler, Chestnut-sided Warbler, Blackburnian Warbler, Black-throated Blue Warbler, Black-throated Green Read more…

May 15, 2007

Large numbers of migrants were also recorded in Peterborough. Six species of warblers, a veery, and six Rose-breasted Grosbeaks appeared at 51 Maple Cres. this morning Location: Maple Crescent, Peterborough Observer: Drew Monkman

May 15, 2007

I have a pair of yellow-bellied sapsuckers coming several times daily, a pair of orioles, a pair of Cardinals, several pairs of Rose-breasted Grosbeaks, 2 pairs of Downy Woodpeckers, several pairs of Hairys, a pair of White-breasted nuthatches, two pairs of nesting chipping sparrows, a pair of nesting song sparrows, Read more…

May 5, 2007

Eastern Kingbird, numerous Nashville Warblers, amongst many other species. Plants in bloom included White and Red Trilliums, Trout Lily, Large-flowered Bellwort, Blue Cohosh, Solomon’s Seal and Wild Sarsaparilla. Lots of bee flies, too – Bombylius major Location: 9th line of Smith Township Observer: Peterborough Field Naturalists Sunday Morning Bird Walk Read more…

April 23, 2007

1st Amphibian Rescue Night – Spotted Salamander (many), Blue-spotted (many), Four-toed (1), Eastern Newt (many), American Toad (few), Leopard Frog (many), Spring Peeper (many). N.B. Amphibian Rescue Nights also on April 26th and 27th. Many Four-toeds on both of these dates as well as other salamander species mentionned above Location: Read more…