Humber River Trail May 20
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Humber River Trail May 20

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Ally

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The Yellow girl loves her bath, and she took two.


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I was beat by the belted kingfishers again, no surprise there. But when I was waiting for either of them to return with fish. I was able to see the arguments among the killdeers. One had dug another nest, couldn't see whether there are eggs.


Ally

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There were four of them, sometimes the spotted sandpipers were caught in cross fire


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Everyone was excited. I had no idea whether the two seagulls were fighting or courting. And they chose to display that so close in front of me, I couldn't always keep them both in the frame. And on top of that, about 10 geese bathing. Why? They live in water half of the time...


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Finally, someone came for a drink. Fingers crossed


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I love your yellow warbler shots. The first one looks like it's undergoing a quantum leap in search of Sam Beckett. The profile shot is a little underexposed but makes up for that with the nest building material it has collected. The catbird on the rock is priceless.

 


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Thanks for working on my photos. I thought you would like the killdeer with the green back ground.  They were so much fun, when I'm in a distance they consider safe. Belted Kingfisher has cunning plans.


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The Orioles are quite fun to watch, I can still hear them getting a night cap.


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Great variety as usual.
Are those your hummingbird feeders? I thought your landlord wasn't too receptive of any feeder.


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Great variety as usual.
Are those your hummingbird feeders? I thought your landlord wasn't too receptive of any feeder.
Yeah, my landlord's main issue was squirrels. The squirrels did come and check. I guess they couldn't get the drink after all.
Dunno when I can get to the night heron. Don't want to go during the long weekend.