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Barn Swallows, Yellowlegs


This morning at Henry Marsh there were 4 Barn Swallows and 6 Tree Swallows flying over the partially open beaver pond. They were finding something to eat on the surface of the water. Several waterfowl species were enjoying the rain, including Bufflehead, Green-winged Teal, Common Merganser, Hooded Merganser, Wood Duck, Ring-necked Duck, and Mallard. A Wilsonís Snipe was at the Bert Cross Family Nature Reserve. A Swamp Sparrow and Song Sparrows were singing. A Belted Kingfisher was perched atop a snag at the east side of the marsh.

There were two Greater Yellowlegs at the Beaumont Farm fields where there are now a few pools of water. (Bracebridge)


(note: bit of flooding by the T in the trail at Henry Marsh)

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