Toronto Islands: Wed, Sept 16

Toronto Field Naturalists

Toronto Field Naturalists

21 degrees and sunny at the start
23 species of warblers as well as many other migrants were recently reported here but were not present during our visit.

Bird Highlight: Northern Harrier

Northern harrier

Northern harrier

Botany Highlight: Beach wormwood

Artemisia stelleriana (beach wormwood)

Artemisia stelleriana (beach wormwood)

Species list: pied-billed grebe, double-crested cormorant, great egret, mute swan, Canada goose, mallard, redhead, northern harrier, herring gull, ring-billed gull, belted kingfisher, common flicker, blue jay, American crow, black-capped chickadee, white-breasted nuthatch, gray catbird, house sparrow, northern cardinal, house finch, American goldfinch.
(21 species)
Also seen were Monarch, Mourning cloak, Sulphur and Cabbage white butterflies

One thought on “Toronto Islands: Wed, Sept 16

  1. Carolyn E J

    Thank you Miles for keeping us in touch with Toronto bird and wild life. We miss our walks but go hither and yon to explore parks and local areas here! Graham bought me a pair of 10 x 42’s which are great. Thank you for all the great walks. If you are cruising and ever come into Dover we will be living about 20 mins away! We have just bought a dear little house in a gorgeous village. Take care.



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