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SNAPSHOT - Bird watching at Tremblay Beach Conservation Area
SNAPSHOT - Bird watching at Tremblay Beach Conservation Area
By Chris Savard

Stoney Point - Oct. 21, 2012 - It was another beautiful fall day here in South Western Ontario. Tristan and I took advantage of the great weather and took a walk through parts of the Tremblay Beach Conservation Area.

During our walk, we saw a magnitude of vibrant fall colours and this little guy. My bird knowledge is limited but growing. By photo matching it through Google, I believe it to be a Swainson's Thrush.

The Swainson's Thrush is distinguished from the other spotted thrushes by its obvious eyering and buffy face.

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