In the fall, red-necked grebes lose their characteristic red neck. I photographed this one in Lake Ontario at Sam Smith Park.
….at Sam Smith Park, Toronto
These ducks are just crazy-beautiful, aren’t they?
These little birds were all over the place at Prequ’ile Park. There were some of them in a cedar tree right across from my campsite the other evening.
When I saw these birds at Presqu’ile, I guessed they were catbirds but I wasn’t certain. I looked up grey catbird when I got home and I think I guessed right.
I didn’t see any Common Yellowthroats until I stopped at the day use area called Calf Meadows and walked down to the bay. There were several of them flitting around in the trees on near the shore.
I didn’t see as many Palm Warblers as I did some of the songbirds, but other people out looking at birds told me they had seen lots of these birds.
There have been a few white-crowned sparrows around the back yard lately.