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This morning at the Bracebridge Ponds there were 3 Lesser Yellowlegs at the south end of cell 2. They flushed when a truck went by, but appeared to land at the east side of cell 1. The water level is being lowered in cell 1 at a faster rate now and cell 2 will be drawn down some too, so there should soon be better habitat for shorebird stopovers. There was a pair of Northern Shovelers in cell 1. A Broad-winged Hawk was perched in a dead tree north of cell 4. A Warbling Vireo was singing near the Lagoon Lane gate and two Yellow Warblers were singing west of cell 4. A Wild Turkey was treed by the three "wild dogs" (aggressive brown one, a white Samoyed and a black Samoyed) that are still being allowed to run free in the area even though the town's bylaw officer visited the owners last year.

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