This morning I count at least 350 Red-necked Grebes of Rattray Marsh ...
not that usual since this a know late summer/fall staging area.  The
mudflats are rapidly widening since the water level of Lake Ontario has
dropped considerably in the last few weeks but with only 3 species of
shorebird: 9 Killdeer and one each of Least Sandpiper and Semipalmated
Plover.

Directions: park at the south end of Bexhill which runs south of Lakeshore
Boulevard between Southdown Road/Erin Mills Parkway and Mississauga Road.
Turn left at the bottom the hill and take the trail to the lake.

Wayne Renaud (waynerenau...@gmail.com)
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