Taken at the visitor centre at Rondeau Provincial Park.
He had hit a building and after being checked by one of the naturalists he was released. It flew up into a pine tree and rested. Eventually it flew off.
May 31, 2011
May 30, 2011
I get the benefit of renting things you only need once in a while.
I understand that there are things you regularity use but are to expensive to own.
But TIRES? Really?
I'd like a set of tires to use for the weekend please.
Na, I don't bother with a spare tire, I just rent one if I need it.
It was only driven on sundays by a little old lady.
It just sits there most of the time so I don't bother with tires or wheels for that matter.
Sort of like renting bubble gum.
May 27, 2011
May 26, 2011
We have been catching the northern edge of the big storms that have been going through the mid west United States spanning those terrible tornados.
We have had severe thunder storms and torrential rains but no tornados.
Tuesday night the wind was from the north and the waves were pounding in. Then the wind shifted to a strong south.
The tops of the waves were ripped off and a spiral of water appeared on the lake probably due to opposing winds.
It was about 500 feet off shore and if you look closely you can see the gulls to the right of the water spout(?).
I'm not sure if this qualifies as a water spout but I don't know what else to call it
May 25, 2011
This is a yellow crowned night heron. It has a yellow crest but it was wandering around in the middle of the day.
This one came within 15 feet of our car.
Seen in Texas.
May 24, 2011
May 17, 2011
May 12, 2011
Another unusual bird for Rondeau this spring.
The Le conte's sparrow which is normally a western or northern Ontario bird.
It was found on Harrison Trail and was easily seen by many of our May birders.
May 09, 2011
Either way it was a great find by a birder at Rondeau Provincial Park.
IT was reasonably close to the road and everyone had great views.
Anyone out there want to confirm the identification one way or the other?