Friday, May 25, 2012


A female Yellow Warbler sitting in her nest. (Pelee National Park)

We knew Spring had sprung early on our Pelee trip this year, as we saw so many birds already in nests!

A few other young ones were sighted while on vacation too, please enjoy my first "picture blog", all photos by Rob. Don't forget to click on the pictures to enlarge them.

A Robin sitting in her nest. (Pelee National Park)
Chipping Sparrow in her nest. (Rondeau Provincial Park)
A young Great Horned Owl. (Pelee National Park)
An Eastern Screech Owl, who I like to think was keeping an eye on his mate and nest. (Pelee National Park)
A female Ruby-throated Hummingbird sitting in her nest. ( Presqu'ile Provincial Park)
Young Mute Swans just outside of Presqu'ile Provincial Park.
Passing his mate some worms to feed the baby Chickadees. (Our backyard)
Me listening to the baby Chickadees.
A fledgling Red-winged Blackbird. (Sam Smith Park)
A mama Raccoon with two babies. (Humber Arboretum)
And last but not least.......

A young Red-tailed hawk! Isn't he adorable?! (Humber Arboretum)
For some great advice on what to do if you encounter a baby bird click here.

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