Barn Swallow (FIRST sighted)

Date: 04/21/2007

Number: 1

After the prolonged wait for April weather to arrive, there was a
surge of migrants beginning at the end of last week. This week, spring
birds have been returning to Presqu'ile Provincial Park every day,
while, without fanfare, winter birds are unobtrusively becoming scarce
or disappearing altogether. There have been several days with
exceptional numbers of birds in the Park.

species of swallows have been present almost every day since last
weekend near the lighthouse (including barn). Cliff
Swallows have
not yet been spotted
in the Park.

Contributed by Don Davis Presqu'ile Provincial Park - 43° 59' 38" N - 77°
42' 47" W

Presqu'ile Provincial Park, ON

Latitude: 44 Longitude: -77.7

Observed by: Donald A.
Contact Observer

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