Stopped in the afternoon to see if anything new turned up, and added a Western Sandpiper bringing my total for that spot to 18 shorebird species. With the spotted Sandpiper I saw at Black Pt. the day before, that's a decent number considering we have no dedicated shorebird habitat. This proves that if you build it they will come. How difficult is it to take some dirt, and add some water? That's pretty much all you need. By tomorrow the only field that will have any water is the one adjacent to 107 ave where the Avocets were at. I got a couple more decent photos this time.
Posted by Toe about 1 year ago 3 Comments
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