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Re(1): Spruce Grouse in Algonquin for Phoebe Chasers

*This report was originally posted by Lev Frid on ONTBIRDS (Sept. 30, 2018 at 2:43 p.m.) and is provided here with the kind permission of the Ontario Field Ornithologists.

Hi folks,

People arriving to view the Sayís Phoebe may be interested in seeing Spruce
Grouse, an Algonquin specialty.

Iím currently looking at three of them up high in tamaracks, just past the
entrance of the Spruce Bog Trail directly to the right of the first round
blue trail marker. They seem content but are moving around the tops and are
sometimes blocked, so patience is required.

Watch for the Spruce Bog Boardwalk sign on the highway. It is east of Mew
Lake and just west of the Visitor Centre.



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