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Unusual Birds in Mississauga, Ontario

January 8th, 2008 · 1 Comment

I found a female Barrow’s Goldeneye (rare), a bald eagle (uncommon) and a belted kingfisher (uncommon) in Mississauga this morning. Here is a Google map of their locations. To get customized directions¬†on how to get to these locations by car, click on a marker and it will give you an option to get directions from your current location.

View Larger MapThe Barrow’s Goldeneye was seen next to JC Saddington Park along the waterfront trial west of the park. The belted kingfisher and bald eagle were seen at Rattray Marsh. JC Saddington Park is at the foot of Mississauga Rd S. Rattray Marsh is at the foot of Bexhill St.

Tags: Birding

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  • 1 Fabes // Jun 23, 2010 at 5:43 pm

    I keep seeing an Eagle outside my window. I live at Erin Mills and Qew.. I love it!

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