Unfortunately, no luck with the bluebird. The home owner has not seen it since
Sunday. Lots of potential habitat out that way (but not much in the way of red
cedar) so may still be around.
Home owner has my number and will call if refound.
Sent from my iPhone
> On 22 Feb 2018, at 07:11, Mark D. Read <markdr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks to Tony Leukering, a Mountain Bluebird that had slipped under the
> eBird radar (flagged as ‘passerine sp.’) was brought to my attention
> yesterday. The report – with photo – was updated late last night to show the
> correct species (https://ebird.org/gbbc/view/checklist/S43036433). It was
> seen on private property (no access) on Sunday 18th February on Hwy 2 near
> the junction with Macalpine Road (between Kingston and Gananoque). In her
> original report no location details were given but she was happy to share
> them so long as people are aware that folks will need to stay on the road,
> and to be careful/respectful of the highway (busy at times).
> I will be out there this morning to have a look and will update later.
> Directions: The bird was seen near civic address 4157 Highway 2, which is 7km
> west of Gananoque or 20km east of Kingston. The closest exits off the 401 are
> 632 at Joyceville and 645 at Napanee.
> Mark D. Read
> 337 Button Bay Road,
> Wolfe Island,
> Kingston, Ontario
> K0H 2Y0
> Mobile: +1 (613) 217-1246
> Email: markdr...@gmail.com
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