Birds at Point Pelee (Canada) in May 2001
All photos, Copyright Paul Gale

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I spent ten very pleasant days at Pelee (Ontario) at the end of May. Pelee is the most southerly tip of Canada and extends into Lake Erie terminating in a point which is famous for migrating warblers.

Although two weeks too late for the main warbler migration, I still found some very interesting birds. Click on the pictures below to see more.

While I am certain on the identification of most of the birds presented, there are a couple I've guessed. If you have any comments, please e-mail me at

Yellow Warbler and others

More birds including Sharp-tailed Sparrow

Marsh and water birds including Forsters Tern

Birds on Point Pelee

More birds on Point Pelee

Hillman's Marsh and Lake St Claire

Waders and Shorebirds

Swallows and Martins

Marsh Boardwalk including Yellowthroat
Waders and Shore birds

Swallows and Martins

Marsh walk at Pelee

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