It was a beautiful day for a walk. The temperature was a nippy 7 degrees Celsius at 7 am. I went to the BPQ outing a Oka national park.
About 25 birders showed up with 5 Toyota Prius. We saw and heard 50 species of birds.
Our leader Wayne found a Pileated ‘Wood’pecker.
We found some shore birds by the beach. There was a pair of Lesser Yellowlegs near the shore.
While I was getting some shots, every bird took off. I looked up and a Peregrine Falcon flew by and landed on a tree near me.
Further down the beach we found some Canada Geese. All of sudden, they all took off.
We looked up and a Bald Eagle (immature) was circling above us.
We drove to the eastern entrance and hiked down to the bay. At the far end a Great Blue Heron came in over the reeds.
Fall colors and the moon.
That all for today’s walk.
Est numquam etiam nuper committitur Birding.