Posts Tagged ‘Gulls’

Gathering of Gulls 6th December 2014

The Niagara River in the late fall hosts more species of gulls than any other location in the world.  On a good day up to twelve species can be found.  In addition to the gulls there are a host of other water birds – swans, ducks, loons, etc.  The southern location of Niagara also results…

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Birds of the Lakeshore 30 March 2014

Tony Bigg will lead a day of birding along the shore of Lake Ontario. The initial destination is Cobourg harbour then westward to Port Hope, Bond Head, Oshawa Second Marsh and Whitby. We can expect a good variety of birds, including waterfowl, gulls, and early arriving land birds. Bring a packed lunch, binoculars, and telescope…

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Bird Watching Trip to the Niagara Region 1st December

Join a full-day’s outing to the Niagara region, led by Tony Bigg, for some winter bird-watching, especially some of the rarer gulls. On December 1st, 2013, at 6:00 a.m. meet at Tim Horton’s on Landsdowne St West in the Canadian Tire Plaza. Bring binoculars, lunch (we will also make stops at convenient Tim Horton’s) and…

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Birding trip to Niagara 2nd December

The Niagara gorge is renowed as an overwintering site for a great diversity of North American gulls, including many rarities. This all day trip will explore the area where, on previous occasions, a remarkable range of gulls and other species have been recorded by club members. Meet Tony Bigg in the parking lot of Canadian…

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