Cranberry marsh, Whitby
Some days this time of year, this platform is very crowded with birders as there's a hawk watch in progress. A group of experienced birders is watching for and counting raptors a they fly south over this marsh and then travel easterly to Niagara Falls. Most of the time the kettles of hawks and eagles are flying so high I can barely see them. But those doing the count use scopes to see far better than I can with my camera.
Raptors do not continue south here as they would have to cross Lake Ontario and the birds don't want to do that, so they fly to between Lakes Ontario and Erie near Niagara Falls where they have only a river to cross.
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