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Tuesday, 13 July 2010

Gone to the Birds

We went to Morse, Saskatchewan again. We’ve been there many times before (see a previous post on my former blog). The main attraction is Reed Lake and its many thousands of nesting or migrant shorebirds.

It’s a shallow intermittent saline lake and it along with Chaplin and Old Wives lakes, are part of a Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network site – one of the most important inland sites for migratory birds in North America.American Avocet
American Avocet - Click for larger

This trip would not disappoint. There were hundreds, perhaps thousands of American Avocets.American Avocet
American Avocet - Click for larger

But there were also Marbled Godwits,Marbled Godwit
Marbled Godwit - Click for larger

Willets, Phalaropes, and Franklin's Gulls - to name a few.Willet
Willet - Click for larger

We even caught a glimpse of a pair of Black-necked Stilts - a first for us. It was a good day to go to the birds!

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Marta said...

Glad you had a good day going to the birds! Enjoyed the photos.

19 July 2010 at 14:31  

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