I headed out on this day to see how the bird migration is progressing in the lower Don Valley.
Each Baltimore Oriole has its own version of the rich, whistling call and the air was full of their songs.
To give you an idea of how good the birding was today, I took 977 photos. About 7% of them were acceptable enough for this post.
Here they are: Song Sparrow
May come up with fiddle-bows,
May come up with blossom,
May come up the same again.
The same again but different. – Louis MacNeice (1907-63)