Carden Alvar Nature Board by Bob BowlesBluebird, kestrel, other arrivals


Talbot River Road: Great Blue Heron in the river near the first bridge west of Victoria Road; muskrat eating and diving under ice surrounded by last year's cattails in the big marsh; Red-Tailed Hawk on a hydro tower near the hydro substation.
Shrike Road: Turkey Vulture cicling; male Hooded Merganser in the river pool west of the road; lots of noisy Killdeer; several Eastern Meadowlarks singing in the fields north and south of the big hill; Eastern Bluebird north of McNamee Road.
Kestrel on McNamee just west of CKL 35.
Pair of Common Mergansers in Grass Creek at the bridge on 35 north of Talbot R. Rd.
Robins, Canada Geese, Crows, pairs of Mallads, Red-winged Blackbirds, Grackels, Starlings everywhere.

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