Point Pelee from Yesterday
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Point Pelee from Yesterday

Steve Hood

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I was able to get off from work yesterday and decided to go down to Point Pelee.  I had a great time there although was exhausted by the end of the day.  Here are a few of the birds that I saw.



Common Yellowthroat


Cerulean Warbler


Wilson's Warbler


Warbling Vireo

« Last Edit: May 15, 2022, 05:24:02 pm by Steve Hood »


Ally

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Thank you!! I was so counting on that you will make a post like this. Those are great! Now waiting for Dinu and Dave's.


Shortsighted

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Another fruitful expedition. I love the nice even light you are getting on your subjects, especially since the stark bright sunlight here in the backyard is getting just too difficult to handle when forced to shoot against the sun, or at ninety degree to it in the morning and evening. I was lucky in the woodlot that thin high cloud just rolled in just for a while. It didn't last. Point Pelee is quite a long trip on short notice. No wonder that you were exhausted. Great finds though, especially with the Cerulean, which I've never even seen, but then I don't get out much.


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Thanks Ally and Shortsighted. The Cerulean Warbler was a first for me.


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Very nice set indeed, particularly that Cerulean. Apparently there was one in High Park yesterday.


Ally, no I haven't made any trip to Point Pelee; however did go to Thedford to see a Marsh Sandpiper that stayed too far for any decent photo.