317 views as 2011-10-15
I had the confirmation of this bird, thanks to Wayne Wood for his help.
Mer Bleue is home to many unusual birds. The boardwalk offers birdwatchers a rich variety of species, as does an amble along the ridge. Nashville warblers; northern shrike; black-backed woodpecker; northern mockingbirds; several unusual sparrows: Lincoln, clay-coloured, and Henslow’s; sedge wren; olive-sided flycatcher; and orchard oriole have all been reliably identified in Mer Bleue, according to area birders Larry Neily and Tony Beck. ref: http://www.chesleyhouse.com/Books/capramble/mer...
Texture: by JoesSistah
Location: Mer Bleue Bog, Greenbelt, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Copyright: Yannik Hay
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