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The birds of Point Pelee

P. A. Taverner

The birds of Point Pelee

by P. A. Taverner

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Published by s.n. in Oberlin, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Birds,
  • Oiseaux

  • Edition Notes

    StatementP.A. Taverner and B.H. Swales
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 65657, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 65657
    ContributionsSwales, Bradshaw H. (Bradshaw Hall), 1875-1928
    The Physical Object
    Format[microform] /
    Pagination2 microfiches (60 fr.) :
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25512821M
    ISBN 100665656572
    OCLC/WorldCa150614724

    Pelee Island Pelee Island. Canada's southernmost community is home to an excellent diversity of breeding species and has similar birding life to Point Pelee. The island's Heritage Centre also provides a sightings book. () Lighthouse Point - Located in the northeast corner of the Island. This nature reserve is a natural jumping-off. Point Pelee is one of the continent's most famous migration hotspots, and justly so. Jutting out far into Lake Erie, the point is a magnet for tired northbound birds, and on a good day it can be teeming with birds, including up to 30 species of warblers, all in beautiful breeding plumage.

    Point Pelee Information, Friends of Point Pelee. Prothonotary Warbler. With the migration warblers sometimes have a Fallout. A fallout is when a large number of birds fly across Lake Erie, see Point Pelee and just drop on the point due to exhaustion. It is the closest piece of land the warblers will see. Point Pelee is on the NW shore of Lake Erie and one of Canada's migration hotspots. Over 35 different warblers are recorded annually and the region has bird species. This book details the sites and includes a week by week status list for all the birds, with narratives of species of particular interest to visiting birders. Customer Reviews.

      Our second day at Point Pelee had some pleasant surprizes including 2 lifers and some incredible photography. We also ran into some "fans" of the Bird Nerds YouTube Channel, which totally caught. The Best Place for Bird Watching in Ontario We have just over 2 days until we leave for our 4th year of travelling to Point Pelee National Park for the Festival of Birds (aka spring songbird migration). Point Pelee is recognized as a world-class birding destination that brings hundreds of species to the park’s grounds as one of the best Continue Reading→.


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The birds of Point Pelee by P. A. Taverner Download PDF EPUB FB2

Festival Of Birds Look, Linger and Listen to Point Pelee National Park's Carolinian Forest sing to the melody of the migrating songbirds. The Friends of Point Pelee and Point Pelee National Park welcome "birders" each spring to experience the avian migration phenomenon from Canada's southernmost mainland.

Book Your Hike Join an experienced hike leader for a two-hour hike you'll never forget. Morning and afternoon hikes leave from the Visitor Centre and focus on songbirds. The summer birds of Point Pelee National Park, Ontario Paperback – January 1, by George M Stirrett (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback, Author: George M Stirrett. Point Pelee National Park, Leamington, Ontario. 12K likes. Parks Canada’s official Facebook page for Point Pelee National Park. Long Point Bird Observatory. Environmental Conservation Organization.

Rondeau Provincial Park. Education. Canada D'Eh 5K Run. The Birds of Georgian Bay. David Sibley. Green Living Show. Fort George National /5(63). The bird migration has made Point Island world-famous. Here are a few Pelee Island bird images from our Discover Pelee Pinterest page. Follow Discover Pelee’s board Pelee Island Birds on Pinterest.

Spring migration at Pelee Island begins as early as the end of January with the arrival of the Horned Larks. Booklets on the Birds of Point Pelee National Park This booklet "The Autumn Birds of Point Pelee National Park" deals with the period August 16 to Novem and is one of four on the birds of Point Pelee.

Others in the series are: "The Spring Birds of Point Pelee National Park." An accountforthe period March 1 to June File Size: 9MB. Booklets on the Birds of Point Pelee National Park This booklet "The Spring Birds of Point Pelee National Park" deals with the period March 1 to J and is one of four on the birds of Point Pelee.

Others in the series are: "TheSummer Birdsof Point Pelee National Park." An account for the period June 11 to August File Size: 8MB.

The Festival of Birds at Point Pelee National Park, in Ontario, Canada, in May featuring a 3 day birding pass, Species Challenge, bird counts, the Big Sit, birding hikes, wildflower walks, and lunch and learn.

The Birds Of Point Pelee [Percy Algernon Taverner, B. Swales] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pagesCited by: 1.

Join us on an exciting birding tour of southern Ontario for spring migration. We begin in marvelous Algonquin Park, where look for boreal specialties. We then visit the “Big 3” migration hotspots on Lake Erie, Point Pelee, Rondeau and Long Point.

During some spring migrations, up to 35 species of warblers may be observed at Point Pelee alone!/5(). Point Pelee National Park is one of the best inland locations to observe bird migration. Its location on major migratory flyways and on the north shore of Lake Erie makes it a migrant trap – a place that attracts a wide diversity of species in a very small area.

More than species of birds have been recorded in the Point Pelee Birding Area. In addition, Point Pelee birder Percy Taverner’s book, Birds of Eastern Canada, was published in and greatly improved bird identification.

It was followed by other books, including Roger Tory Peterson’s field guides first published in the s. Baltimore Oriole. Taverner also started banding birds on Point Pelee in the early s. – this is the 10 th record for Point Pelee. Townsend’s Warbler May 3 — one female, Wheatley Provincial Park (Andrew E.

Keaveney) – this represents the 5 th record for Point Pelee. Henslow’s Sparrow April 15 — one, west side of Tip (Fred A. Bechard et al.) May 27 — one, west side of Tip (WGL, AW, KAM et al.).

OCLC Number: Notes: "Bird list for the summer period, June 11 to August 15": p. One of four in a series, for each season.

Description. A pretty drive past Windsor and one discovers Pelee Point. It is a stunning park and bit of land that for centuries has been a crucial part of bird and butterfly migrations.

Really, there is nothing like going there yourself and absorbing the beauty and history/5(). Title. Annotated list of the birds of Point Pelee.

Taverner, P. (Percy Algernon), Swales, Bradshaw Hall,   Visiting Point Pelee National Park is a pilgrimage of sorts for birdwatchers.

The sightings of migrating birds is inspiring as is the sense of discovery when a rarity is spotted. item 3 Birds of Point Pelee by Percy Algernon Taverner (English) Paperback Book Free Sh - Birds of Point Pelee by Percy Algernon Taverner (English) Paperback Book Free Sh.

$ Free shipping. No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stirrett, George M.

Spring birds of Point Pelee National Park, Ontario. Ottawa: [Information Canada: published by the National and Historic Parks Branch], Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Birds of Point Pelee ISBN Isbn at the best online. This is the first book providing comprehensive information on birding in and around Canada's best known migration hotspot - Point Pelee.

Birders have flocked here to document, study, and enjoy the passage of songbirds for over years. Spring or fall, this spear shaped peninsula is a natural magnet for birds on the move.The Pelee Island Bird Observatory (PIBO) is an NGO devoted to the study and conservation of wild birds and their habitats.

The most southerly place in Canada, Pelee Island on Lake Erie hosts a tremendous variety of migratory and resident birds.A local birding expert hopes her new colouring book will help stressed adults tap into their inner kid. Sarah Rupert, an artist who also works at Point Pelee National Park is set to release.