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Cape Chignecto Provincial Park Adventure Day 17, July 15

July 16, 2021

 

...and what a night it was! 32mm of rain fell in about 4-6 hours with almost continuous lightning and thunder. We haven't experienced active weather like this since living in Manitoba.

Th entrance road to our cottage was blocked with a 20 metre wide river, perhaps 200mm deep. Since it was packed gravel underneath I drove through it with no problem.

Eastern Bluebird

The bluebird parents are continuing to get warier and warier suggesting an imminent emergence of young birds within a day or two.

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Common Yellowthroat

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Magnolia Warbler

Magnolia Warbler 150Magnolia Warbler 150

White-tailed Deer

White-tailed Deer 150White-tailed Deer 150

Herring Gull Rock

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Red Rock Brook

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Red Rock Falls

About 6 hours after the deluge.

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Red Rock Falls

About 6 hours after the deluge.

Red Rocks Brook 152Red Rocks Brook 152 Red Rocks Falls 101Red Rocks Falls 101 Red Rocks Falls 103Red Rocks Falls 103 Red Rocks Falls 107Red Rocks Falls 107

Red Rock Falls

About 16 hours after the deluge. This waterfall was dry before the rain came.

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Song Sparrow

Song Sparrow 150Song Sparrow 150

Semipalmated Plover

The second of our peeps to arrive.

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Yellow Warbler

Probably feeding its second brood of the season.

Yellow Warbler 150Yellow Warbler 150 Red Rocks Falls 108Red Rocks Falls 108 Red Rocks Falls 109Red Rocks Falls 109 Red Rocks Brook 151Red Rocks Brook 151 Red Rocks Falls 104Red Rocks Falls 104 Red Rocks Falls 102Red Rocks Falls 102