Monthly Archives: May 2011

Belleville Bird Report – something other than warblers

May 29, 2011 Well, the Spring warblers are moving further north, and the soggy weather has put a damper on my photography. As a result, I’ve had time to review all the photos that I took this month at Prince … Continue reading

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Belleville Bird Report – photographing the Point Traverse warblers

May 23, 2011 Happy holiday¬†Monday! ¬†I hope you all have the day off work, and I hope you can use the time to relax and enjoy some time with family, friends, and the pursuit of your hobbies – like going … Continue reading

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Belleville Bird Report – Warblers at the Quinte Conservation Area

May 16, 2011 Early this afternoon, the weather changed. The relentless rainfall that we’ve been suffering through the past few days gave way to a short stretch of cold, damp, heavy overcast conditions – it was enough to make my … Continue reading

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Belleville Bird Report – female Warblers

May 13, 2011 May is a great month for birding – perhaps the best of the year. The Spring migration is fully underway, and places like Prince Edward Point and Presqui’le Park are teeming with new arrivals. All the birds … Continue reading

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Belleville Bird Report – Cerulean Warbler

May 9, 2011 There has been a lot of news lately about all the arrivals at Prince Edward Point. So, of course, I just had to get down there as soon as possible for a look see. I set the … Continue reading

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