Monthly Archives: October 2015

Stephane’s blog for October 30, 2015 -The last week…

Storm! (Oct. 30) The past week was marked by an intense wind- and rainstorm shutting down banding for two days! On Wednesday, an extremely strong East wind blew all day, driving rain horizontally and whipping whitecaps on giant Georgian Bay

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Stephane’s blog for October 24th

A bird on my shoulder! (Oct.24) The bicoloured-bill gang has arrived, signaling that the end of fall migration is near: both Fox and American Tree Sparrows show a beak of two colours, black on their upper mandible and yellow on

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Stephane’s Blog for October 16

Giving thanks! (October 16) The land is now cloaked in brilliant hues of orange and golden and red.  The tilting of the Earth is inexorably bringing us into colder weather and shorter days. With a warm weather feeling like an

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Stephane’s blog for October 9th.

A busy week (Oct.9) As fall settles upon the land, it was a busy week for the crew at Cabot Head. Despite a whole day lost to wind and rain, and some nets being or staying closed due to high

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Stephane’s blog for October 3rd

Summer is over (October 3) Since last post on September 26th, we have said good-bye to summer for good. There were a couple more days of warmth, but everything always comes to an end. On Wednesday 30th, a strong NE

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