We went to Baie-du-Febvre near Nicolet, just south of Trois Rivieres, with BPQ. It was great day for a nature walk.
There were Tree Swallows everywhere.
and an occasional Muskrat here and there.
A few Ravens were flying around.
We saw some Killdeer.
There were several flocks of Snow Geese flying overhead and we wondered where they were going.
There a quite a few ducks in the pond. Red headed, Scaups, Mallards and Buffleheads.
A Sandhill Crane flew by us.
Near the river we saw some American Goldfinches and American Tree Sparrows.
Some Mourning Doves and American Robins and a Downy Woodpecker.
Some Pine Siskins and Common Grackles and Red-winged Blackbirds were flittering about.
We went to the first observation point and found the Canada Goose and Snow Goose.
Nearby we spotted some Turkey Vultures and Bald Eagles.
Eagle vs Raven. A big thank you to Joel Coutu for help in identifying the birds.
That all for today’s walk.
Est numquam etiam nuper committitur Birding.