Peregrine Falcon (Falco peregrinus) (1) - Reported Feb 06, 2014 14:30 by Warren Dunlop
- Peterborough--Simcoe St. at Water St., Peterborough, Ontario 
- Map:,-78.3184004&ll=44.304975,-78.3184004
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- Comments: "Flew in from E; landed on utility building atop office on NE corner of Simcoe and Water St; 
perched for 5-7min.; took off and flew slightly SE directly toward where we were observing from 5th floor office window; 
confirmed i.d. as it flew closer and then passed by to the S."

Long-tailed Duck (Clangula hyemalis) (3)
- Reported Feb 07, 2014 09:12 by Jim Sackrider
- Trent University Bridge, Peterborough, Ontario
- Map:,-78.2898292&ll=44.3583787,-78.2898292
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- Comments: "Noticeable black and white ducks when dived under water a large tail protruded in the air"

Red-breasted Merganser (Mergus serrator) (3)
- Reported Feb 06, 2014 16:45 by Walter Wehtje
- Youngs Point - Lock 27, Peterborough, Ontario
- Map:,-78.2335567&ll=44.4881785,-78.2335567
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- Comments: "small mergansers feeding along ice edge. Shaggy heads and thin bills"

Red-necked Grebe (Podiceps grisegena) (1)
- Reported Feb 07, 2014 07:57 by Donald Sutherland
- Otonabee River--between Lock 21 and 22, Peterborough, Ontario
- Map:,-78.2895184&ll=44.3576102,-78.2895184
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- Comments: "continuing bird, along W ice edge just N Faryon Bridge"

Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) (1)
- Reported Feb 07, 2014 09:12 by Paul Frost
- North Kawartha, Ontario 28, Peterborough, Ontario
- Map:,-78.13325&ll=44.59458,-78.13325
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- Comments: "very large raptor with relatively small head. dark brown streaked with lighter patches under wings and back of head. seen soaring north of hwy 28 at intersection with northeys bay road."

Snowy Owl (Bubo scandiacus) (1)
- Reported Feb 06, 2014 16:40 by Donald Sutherland
- Peterborough--Chemong Rd at Peterborough Rd 19, Peterborough, Ontario
- Map:,-78.3483374&ll=44.335998,-78.3483374
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- Comments: "continuing bird, around 200 m N of 3rd Line perched on top of cylindrical hay bale, roughly half way between 3rd Line and farm with cement silo to N."

Categories: Sightings

Drew Monkman

I am a retired teacher, naturalist and writer with a love for all aspects of the natural world, especially as they relate to seasonal change.