More from the Spring Migration

The abnormally cold and late Spring this year has certainly not hurt opportunities for bird photography. Leaf coverage is generally behind schedule and with cool weather, there seem to be fewer insects – certainly fewer mosquitoes! Prince Edward Point (Lake Ontario) however was an exception where we saw immense clouds of non-biting insects, for miles and miles. McGregor Point on Lake Huron however was the opposite and there were fewer warblers seen than I was expecting. I am still hoping to have a few more chances for outings before the migration is over.

Wilson’s warbler
Nashville warbler
Northern parula
Rose-breasted grosbeak
Black and white warbler
American redstart
Tennessee warbler
Blackburnian warbler
Ovenbird
Blackpoll warbler

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