This is a rewarding flatwater canoe trip through a prime area for boreal birds, with a side trip by car and foot to a neighboring pond with marsh birds. Look for Bald Eagle, both American Three-toed and Black-backed Woodpeckers, Gray Jay, Boreal Chickadee, and (Yellow) Palm Warbler, while listening for Swainson's Thrush. If time allows, drive to nearby Jones Pond. The marsh at the outlet end has Virginia Rail, Swamp Sparrow, and other wetland species. Scan the pond at vantage points along the road for nesting Ring-necked Duck, and pines at the far end may have Brown Creeper and Pine Warbler.
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