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November 2010 Bird Walk

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Garth Riley lead our November 13th walk at Humber Bay. It was a cool foggy morning, but visibility was good enough to see a nice variety of birds. We saw a total of 43 different species including many of the typical winter residents and a few late season surprises. Our best bird was a very late Yellow Warbler. Other lingering summer birds included 5 Black-crowned Night Herons and a single Great Blue Heron.

Here are some photos from the walk:

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A pair of Gadwall in the pond.


Northern Mockingbirds stay all year, but they’re less obvious because they rarely sing winter.


Black ducks are easily overlooked, but often found in the mouth of Mimico Creek.


One of several Downey Woodpeckers seen on the walk.


Deer tracks in the creek mud.


This male Pintail is easily overlooked among a flock of Mallards.


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