Totally captivated in 2007 by the live camera feed of the Hornby Island nesting Bald Eagles in B.C., I was drawn into birding and have never looked back. Thus begins my account of what I'm fortunate enough to discover each day and perhaps capture with my camera.

Unless otherwise stated, all images were taken by and are the property of Janice Melendez

Species Counts:

2014 Final Year List: 255; 2015 Year List a/o June 5, 2015: 235; Life List: 327

Friday, November 19, 2010

Hall's/Lakeridge Road Odds 'n' Sods for the Week

So even the Cranberry Marsh Raptor Watch in Whitby is winding down for the season, as all I had yesterday was a pair of Red-tailed Hawks in trees along the road, here's one of the two:

I'm even reduced to taking photos of European Starlings, an oft-maligned species, but they really are attractive in their own special way, dontcha think??!!

On Wednesday at the hawk watch, Geoff, Rosemary and I froze our butts off saw four beautiful Snow Geese fly into the marsh with some Canada Geese and they left shortly afterwards...

...and I'm sure these were the same ones, now in a field along Hall's Road:

1 comment:

Daniel said...

Nice collection of photo's, Janice... and thanks for dropping by and visiting my blog. I hope you enjoyed my blog-posts.