First up was the Bird Studies Canada headquarters property in Port Rowan.
There was a decent bit of activity at the far end of the property overlooking the lake.
|One of several pied-billed grebes working along the shoreline.|
Including the following bird. My first thought was young bald eagle, but after reviewing my photos I'm wondering if it is a golden. I would appreciate any ideas. I have yet to see a golden eagle so I don't have any experience with them.
There was lots of activity in the trees along the trail. Massive flocks or red-winged blackbirds and grackles along with the usual other species.
Afterwards was an enjoyable drive along the causeway with periodic stops to check out the view and the ever present phragmites.
A good day in Norfolk