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Have you ever seen a Scarlet Tanager? This is a favourite of many birders and with its beautiful red and black plumage, there is no doubt why.
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Check out this video! This is an American Woodcock, one of the nocturnal species at Point Pelee NP feature on our "Woodcock Walk" program tonight at the Visitor Centre.
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Daily Migration Update May 19
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Paul Nicholson 23h
In this weekend's column, the last weekend for some Southwestern Ontario migration festivals. I had a great day yesterday and festival events are still going strong as well. I'll be back out for more warblers tomorrow.
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One of the most common warblers you will see at Point Pelee is the Yellow Warbler. Often called “little drops of sunshine” this species is one of the few that will stay and nest at Point Pelee.
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Jenn Smith Nelson May 18
In case you missed it, we shared our thoughts with today on birdwatching (where programming includes guided hikes and more during the month-long Festival of Birds), , , , and more.
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Point Pelee NP May 18
Daily Migration Update May 18 - -
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Point Pelee NP May 17
Daily Migration Update May 17 -
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Daily Migration Update May 16 -
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Kyle Horner Nature May 16
Black-billed Magpie flying south over cactus field, well-seen by several!
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Justin Peter May 16
Just got word that a magpie, which I have to assume was a Black-billed Magpie, was just seen over the main parking lot. That is crazy! Though perhaps surprising to some, it is not unprecedented for this Park.
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Point Pelee NP May 16
Jean Iron of presents the second Shorebird Identification Lunch-and-Learn tomorrow at noon!
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Point Pelee NP May 16
If you’ve ever visited Point Pelee in May and seen a large group of birders watching the sky from the Visitor Centre parking lot, then there is probably a Mississippi Kite around.
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Point Pelee NP May 15
TOMORROW! Join us for night at at the location nearest you. For one night only, get 10% off with a valid Discovery Pass. See you there!
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Point Pelee NP May 15
Daily Migration Update, May 15 -
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Point Pelee NP May 15
Some of the most popular species of birds at Point Pelee are those that are typically found in more southern climates and have now made a foothold in southern Canada. Carolina Wren is a species that made its foothold in Canada at Point Pelee.
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Point Pelee NP May 14
When you hear a Chestnut-sided Warbler, you will think it’s the most polite bird around! Their songs sounds like they are saying “pleased, pleased, pleased to meet you”
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Point Pelee NP May 14
Daily Migration Update, May 14 -
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Point Pelee NP May 14
Replying to @BirdyNerd
Yes, the Marsh Boardwalk is open again.
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Point Pelee NP May 14
Many first bird records for Canada have been recorded at Point Pelee. Some of them are extreme rarities, like the Grace’s Warbler, while others are now quite easy to find, like the Blue-winged Warbler.
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