Today my daugther, Shannon, and I went bird watching at the Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Laval with BPQ. It was a beautiful spring day. Sunny and 5 degrees early this morning. There were 33 live birders and zero zombies. No zombie apocalypse today.
There were a couple of Black-capped Chickadees.
We spotted a pair of Brown-headed Cowbirds together.
A solitary Killdeer stood in the middle of a farmer’s field next to the Cemetery.
Further away was a Groundhog.
There were a few American Tree Sparrows here and there.
The Red-winged Blackbirds were making a racket everywhere.
We found a stump where a pair a Black-capped Chickadees were making a nest. In the bush next to it, was an American Robin in a nest.
Here is Tree Swallow with some nesting material.
Nearby, a Chipping Sparrow was chirping for quite a while.
There were various ducks and Canada geese on the other side of the Cemetery. We spotted a Lesser Yellowlegs on the far side of a pond.
A pair of Turkey Vultures flew over the pond.
That all for today’s walk.
Est numquam etiam nuper committitur Birding.