The Muskoka Bird Board
and other nature sightings

Posting Guidelines    Archived Reports
Nature Photos Board - How to Post Photos

---
To help control spam, you have to register before you can start posting. Only your name and a password are required. Enter your real name in the box for "username". This is exactly how your name will appear on the board every time you post a message. New registrations cannot include a space between names, so use a capital letter to start your first and last name. You can use your password to edit any posts you make. If you forget your password, send me an email. (more info)
---

Choose to view posts: Within past 24 hours | Within past week
LOONS AND MORE LOONS


Yesterday (Monday) I watched three loons in front of our house on Lake of Bays. We are on South Portage Rd facing
Roothog Island and near Langmaid's Island . The group of
loons were up to 9 by late morning. In our area most cottagers have Ice Aways(to keep an open area around
your dock or boathouse) so there is quite an area without
ice along the shoreline-other wise the lake is still covered in ice. What a wonderful sight. I guess they
gathered as a group to wait for lakes around to open
up. Today only saw 4 loons and 2 Canada geese standing
on the frozen lake. With the ice going out on the lakes
being so late would that interfere with the Loons breeding schedule.
Another wildlife sighting in March on Lake of Bays again
were two male moose both with two points on their antlers. Another wonderful sight.



Replies:
There have been no replies.



You must register before you can post on this board. You can register here.

Post a reply:
Username:
Password:
Email:
Subject:
Message:
Link Name:
Link URL:
Image URL:
Check this box if you want to be notified via email when someone replies to your post.





The Muskoka Bird Board is a place to share reports of birds and other nature sightings in Muskoka and surrounding areas. You may also post a question about birds or birding in general. You don't have to include an email address in your post. Remember to include the location of your sightings - even the nearest town or major crossroads would be fine. See the Posting Guidelines for more information and helpful tips about using the Muskoka Bird Board.

Send comments or questions to Barbara Taylor, administrator of the Muskoka Bird Board




BI
Create Your Own Free Message Board or Free Forum!
Hosted By Boards2Go Copyright © 2000-2018
Our Sites: Wedding address collection  Wedding thank you wording