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Checklist S45607341

 
Location
Point Pelee National Park (general location for observations within the park), Essex County, Ontario, CA ( Map ) ( Hotspot )
Date and Effort
Sat May 12, 2018 7:31 AM
Protocol:
Traveling
Party Size:
4
Duration:
12 hour(s), 45 minute(s)
Distance:
10.0 kilometer(s)
Observers:
Joshua D. Vandermeulen
Comments:
With Laura, mom and dad all day, Steve Pike and Victor Serrano for most of day
Submitted from eBird for iOS, version 1.6.36
Species
103 species total
2
3
1

With GRSC flock. Male

80
2
30
12
3
4
1

Roosting, NW beach

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30

The most I've ever seen in one day in the park

2
4
1

With COTEs, flying past the tip

8
2
1
30
3
5
1

Adult viewed well along seasonal trail north of Pioneer

2
6
8
1

Flyby tip

1

Flyby NW beach

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1

First bird I looked at with bins after getting off the tram! Green empid with broad bill and long wing projection

5
4
6
2

One at either end of Redbud!

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1

Great looks along seasonal trail just south of Sleepy Hollow

7
4
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7
20

Many were down low

3
1
8
10
4
20
10
3
7
15

Still a number around

4
1
10
2
100
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40
1

NW beach

5
1

Flying high over tip area

4
2

Flyovers calling

10
3
1

Continuing bird found by the Rileys - old parking area at NW beach

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1
30
60
2
5
25

Lots around especially NW beach in the former parking area

3
4
1

Flyover calling

50

Easily the highest number of orioles I've ever seen at Pelee

120

Easily the highest number of orioles I have ever seen at Pelee

200
20
100
30

Tons around!

1

Singing on WNT

15
25
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2

One seen at south end of West Beach footpath, one at the Sleepy Hollow parking lot

100

Dominant warbler in undergrowth today

2

One male along WNT 80 m north of the north end of Redbud (Victor got awesome photos!), one female seen in a brush pile halfway along Redbud (likely the same bird called a CONW later)

40

Huge numbers in undergrowth towards north end of park

1

Female behind the VC

5
7
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1

Singing male, with Steve Pike, Laura and my parents about 100 m north of Pioneer along seasonal trail

12

Estimate. Tons of warblers around today

20
10
150
15
14
3
1

Slough east of Botham

2
1

Male, South of Sleepy Hollow along beach trail

1

Male, South of Sleepy Hollow along beach trail

3

Including one orange variant at the Sanctuary parking lot

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© Joshua D. Vandermeulen

12
15
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7

All were at the Sleepy Hollow parking lot

2

Tip washrooms

1

It flew past me about 15 feet off the ground while we were getting stuff out of the cars at the main VC parking lot, heading. HOSP like bird with distinctive facial pattern (dark spot on cheek, white face). Flying south towards VC. Likely the same bird that had been seen at the tip in previous days

 

Are you submitting a complete checklist of the birds you were able to identify?

Yes