I recently notched up a sort-of lifer during the week. I found a male Canada Warbler skulking on one of the lower trails of a local park. I have only ever heard one , and never actually seen one until now.
I wish I could have gotten a decent photo, but he was very deep in the brush, still.. he has the distinction of becoming my 211th bird of the year :-)
I don't want to fall too far behind on sharing new photos, so here is another set of recently found birds...
Red-eyed Vireo - This inquisitive singer was at a local park during the week :
Sanderling - This breeding plumage bird was near Clavet :
Cliff Swallow - Very fast & hard to photograph. This was taken on the May Bird Count :
American Redstart - Here's a singing male from Pike Lake :
Veery - Another songster, this Thrush was also at a local park during the week :
American Avocet - From yesterday at Goose Lake :
American Robin - From very early one morning at a local park :
Chipping Sparrow - From my recent trip to Candle Lake :
Swainson's Thrush - From around my ow neighbourhood :