Sep 9th - Today


Today:
Osprey - 6
Northern Harrier - 3
Sharp-shinned Hawk - 72
Broad-winged Hawk - 3
American Kestrel - 32
Merlin - 1
Total - 117

To Date:
Turkey Vulture - 4
Osprey - 34
Bald Eagle - 14
Northern Harrier - 10
Sharp-shinned Hawk - 374
Cooper's Hawk - 4
Northern Goshawk - 0
Red-shouldered Hawk - 0
Broad-winged Hawk - 18
Red-tailed Hawk - 6
Rough-legged Hawk - 0
Golden Eagle - 0
American Kestrel - 140
Merlin - 26
Peregrine Falcon - 5
Total - 635

Today's photos are courtesy of Lee...

a male American Kestrel

a young Broad-winged Hawk

a young Sharp-shinned Hawk

a female American Kestrel


Birds:
Cedar Waxwing - many small flocks passing overhead
Common Loon - 6 heading south over the lake

a Cedar Waxwing

a young American Robin

Butterflies:
Monarch - 57

Mammals:
Nothing of note

Hawk Watchers:
Lorne, Lee, Kris, Peter, Sheldon, Carol, Manny, Bruce, Berle, Arvo, Glen & Lyn, Betty, Charlie and a few others.  Thanks everyone for a great day.

Weather Prediction:
Sep 10th - mainly sunny to sunny, N 10km/h switching to SE 15km/h (theweathernetwork.com)

See you at the park!
Walter

1 comment:

Ann Brokelman said...

Up north we have a family of loons. Baby is still being fed. About 1/2 size of adult.
Movement of TV going south. Broadwings, a few Eagles
Have. A great day of hawk watching.