Saturday, September 30, 2006

Amherstview Sewage Lagoons



Hudsonian Godwit
(30 September, 2006)

This was a new bird for my life list. There was only one at the Lagoons that I could find. He was cooperative for pictures as long as I kept my distance, although he was moving most of the time, making it a challenge for the digiscope process.



Lesser Yellowlegs


American Pipit

There were lots of American Pipit, Canada Geese, Bonaparte's Gulls, and Yellowlegs.

4 comments:

Larry Kirtley said...

Hi Gregg,

I always check out your website to see what is around your area.

When are the owls cpoming back to Amherst Island?

Have you checked out my website?
www.larrykirtley.com

Kingfisher said...

Hi Larry. Good to hear from you. I've added two links to your site on my blog, one under Links and one under Birds. Your pictures are breathtaking. I really enjoyed your artistry.

I usually make my first trip to Amherst just before Christmas.

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Larry Kirtley said...

Hi Gregg,

I am now on flicker my other webb page will cease on August 31st.

I don't know if you can post flickr
but there are many new images and more to come.

How are you doing? Still with the Salvation Army?

When is a good time to come to Amherst?

Larry
kirtley@sympatico.ca