A Palm Warbler at Ashbridge’s Bay Park in Toronto



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A Palm Warbler at Ashbridge’s Bay Park in Toronto

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What a delightful day we had birdwatching at Ashbridge’s Bay Park in Toronto, a park we had never visited before.  One Sunday this past spring, Bob and I ventured there because it seemed to offer some of the best prospects for seeing migrating birds.  Although more expert eyes probably picked out umpteen species, we managed to sight over a dozen ourselves including this little gem, a Palm Warbler (Setophaga palmarum).  In breeding plumage, its dull red cap is diagnostic. Read more