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Say’s Phoebe continues in Algonquin

*This report was originally posted by Lev Frid on ONTBIRDS (Sept. 30, 2018 at 7:35 a.m.) and is provided here with the kind permission of the Ontario Field Ornithologists.


Hi birders,

Mark Patry and I are watching the Say’s Phoebe. It is flying around and
calling northeast of the main bike path on the airfield. Can be seen and
heard from the path - calling often.

Directions:

Enter the Mew Lake Campground access road. Park at the Old Railway Bike
Trail lot (second left after campground office) and walk into Airfield.
Phoebe is perching on top of low conifers almost directly in the middle of
Airfield - visible from path, moving around a lot, singing intermittently.
Right now it’s opposite the controlled burn information panel but has been
flying back and forth across trail.


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*first reported Saturday, Sept. 29 at 5:29 p.m. on Ontbirds by Lev Frid:

Say’s Phoebe - Algonquin Park

Hi folks,
I’ve just found a Say’s Phoebe in Algonquin Park. It is currently flying
around and singing! at the old Airfield.

Directions:

Enter the Mew Lake Campground access road. Park at the Old Railway Bike
Trail lot (second left after campground office) and walk into Airfield.
Phoebe is perching on top of low conifers almost directly in the middle of
Airfield - visible from path, moving around a lot, singing intermittently.
Right now it’s opposite the controlled burn information panel but has been
flying back and forth across trail.

Lev

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