2015 Piping Plover nesting season is over! The totals: 4 nests, 15 eggs laid, 8 hatched and 3 fledged
There were some pretty special Ontario Parks – Wasaga Beach Piping plovers that came to nest at Sauble Beach this year. One of them was “Mr Lonely”. He hatched at Wasaga Beach in 2014 and came to Sauble Beach looking for a mate on May 23, 2015. His bands: Left Upper: Metal, Left Lower: Yellow, Right Upper: Orange, Right Lower: Yellow (#022) or …
The three Piping Plover chicks have fledged!
Have you ever seen a PIPL wearing an orange flag on its leg? This article explains what it means. Kudos to the GLPIPL Recovery team in their efforts to incubate abandoned / threatened eggs.