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October 2005 Sightings in the Windsor Area

Fringed Gentians bloom into October

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We have updated the Massasauga Rattlesnake Recovery web site. Check out the new interactive Quiz.

Saturday, October 29: Highlights of Ojibway's trip to Point Pelee National Park today included Golden Eagle (2), Eastern Bluebird (several nice views in scope) and Palm Warbler (the yellow coloured Eastern race). The tip area was bursting with hundreds of Black-capped Chickadees. Flocks of 50 or more were flying from tree to tree and hovering over the last trees at the tip.

Thursday, October 27: Ojibway is home to several thousand species of insects. Entomologists from the University of Guelph have been actively surveying Ojibway's insect population in recent years and they have created a preliminary list of Ojibway's insects on their web site called Ojibway Prairie Insect List.

Big Sand Tiger Beetle

Big Sand Tiger Beetle, Cicindela formosa, photographed this fall at Spring Garden Natural Area by Tom Preney.

 

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