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Yesterday morning a Wilson's warbler was in our yard for about an hour ( Doe Lake Rd Gravenhurst ). He was flitting in the alders by the creek. Great day at the ponds and Chickadee trail. Got a look at a Canada warbler and a Wood thrush. Then drove to Bent River about 3:30 via South Monck and Falkenburg Rd and Dougherty Rd to Windermere Rd. On Doughtery Rd just before the bridge at the swamp an American Bittern was crossing the road, could not believe my eyes. A truck passed me as I was stopped and the bird walked a little faster. Further on by # 1394 a Black throated blue warbler was calling and there is a gravel pit on the west side of the road. I peaked over the rim and saw quite a few holes in the top of the bank. No swallows were there. Moira and I went the same route on Tuesday, close to #1394 Dougherty Rd there was a huge number of warblers including black throated blues and mourning warblers. A house sparrow is still at the farm near Rostrevor Rd.

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