23.08.2016. The best moments of the last month

23.08.2016. The best moments of the last month

This post is a try to catch up with my pictures during the last week of July and three weeks of August. It's just a collection of the most interesting photos and a couple of words to describe them.

Kingfishers were always among the most famous models for nature photography. This Belted Kingfisher is a good example why. Pictures were taken in the Seton Park of Toronto.

Another beauty from this park - Cedar Waxwing. Adult bird and two juveniles.

Pileated Woodpecker - a pretty big bird. It is not as common as Downy or Hairy woodpeckers, I've seen him just once.

Black-crowned Night Heron. Quite common in Toronto parks with lakes inside.

It's a juvenile Red-tailed Hawk. 

All the pictures above were taken in Seton Park.

Below you will find the photos from Tommy Thompson Park, probably the best birding hot-spot in Toronto.

The brand bird of TTP - Eastern Kingbird.

Yellow Warblers are pretty widespread in the city, other warblers are not that common to be found easily.

Spotted Sandpiper (Canadian analog of European Common Sandpiper)

Killdeer - the commonest plover across Toronto water shores (recalls European Little Ringed Plover by appearance and behavior too).

Solitary Sandpiper (cousin of European Green Sandpiper)

This is a place where the most of TTP waders could be spotted. Gulls and terns are here as well.

Caspian Terns

Trumpeter Swan. White and black and nothing more.

Yes, it's a Herring Gull, another intercontinental bird.

Ring-billed Gull, guess why? :)

Two different worlds...

Again, American Goldfinch behaves like his European cousin Goldfinch.

Mourning Dove

Double-crested Cormorant

Bank Swallow

Baltimore Oriole, female

Blue-grey Gnatcatcher

Resting after an unsuccessful hunt for the gulls, this young Peregrine Falcon will close this TTP (Tommy Thompson Park) collection.

Turkey Vulture under the Bayview Street.

Female of Downy Woodpecker.

Warbling Vireo

Wood Duck juveniles in High Park.

Great Blue Heron going fishing.

Northern Flicker in the sunset light, High Park.



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# Виталий 27.08.2016 22:36
Neat!


I suppose you meant Solitary Sandpiper, not "Least Sandpiper".
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# Виктор 27.08.2016 23:40
Just one mistake? Good job! )))
Thanks Vitaliy.
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# Александр 28.08.2016 08:43
Very beautiful.
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# Сергей Домашевский 01.09.2016 05:03
Не ожидал увидеть столько красивых фото, как и не ожидал, что сайт живет новой жизнью. Класс, Витя. Наиграл, пора домой, ждемс! :-)
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# Витя г 01.09.2016 11:59
Цитирую Сергей Домашевский:
Не ожидал увидеть столько красивых фото, как и не ожидал, что сайт живет новой жизнью. Класс, Витя. Наиграл, пора домой, ждемс! :-)

Ты меня всё не отпускаешь)) Я ещё не наигрался) Спасибо Серега!
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# manicure 23.04.2017 14:40
I think what you typed was very reasonable. However, what about this?

what if you were to write a killer headline?
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The best moments of the last month is kinda vanilla.
You ought to glance at Yahoo's front page and watch how they create article headlines
to grab viewers to click. You might add a related video or a related picture or two to grab readers excited about what you've got to say.
In my opinion, it would make your posts a little bit
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# Marko 03.05.2017 12:15
You can definitely see your expertise within the work you write.
The sector hopes for even more passionate writers such as
you who aren't afraid to mention how they believe.

At all times follow your heart.
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