Subject: Canada
From: Phil Hansbro <>
Date: Mon, 2 Jun 2008 06:49:12 +1000
Hi All

Just had a fantastic trip to Canada. Most of it was to attend a conference but still managed to get 22 out of 23 targets including Yellow Rail in the hand, lekking Sharp-tailed Grouse, as well as Spruce and Ruffed Grouse, the very localised Kirtland's Warbler and Bicknell's Thrush, Black-backed Woodpecker, Cerulean, Canada, Kentucky and Mourning Warblers, Clay-coloured and Le Conte's Sparrows etc etc.

The only one I missed was Connecticut Warbler.

The locals were very friendly and extremely helpful and Warbler migration at Point Pelee was awesome with very close views of many species of migrant Wood Warblers. I would thoroughly recommend it to everyone. Also bumped into Alan Gillanders there!!



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