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Water Birds of Ontario

Water Birds are found almost everywhere in Ontario, living in wetlands, rivers, marshes, lakes and ponds. there are many species of Water Birds and Shore birds. Searching for food in the shallows or stalking prey along the shore. Some of these birds stay here year-round, and others are migratory and spend their winters in warmer climes, returning in spring to breed. There are many species of Water Birds and Shore birds. We have shown 24 species of the most common but are many more. The list below is organized under Ducks, Geese, Swans, Loons, Crains & Herons, Cormorants and Shore Birds.

Ducks
-American Black Duck


-Common Goldeneye

-Long Tail Duck

-Mallard

-Northern Pintail.

-Wood Duck

Geese
-Canada Goose

Gulls
-Herring Gull


-Ring Billed Gull

Swans
-Mute Swan


-Trumpeter Swan

-Tundra Swan

Loons
-Common Loon


-Red Necked Grebe


Crains & Herons
-American Bittern

-Blue Heron

-Great Egret

-Green Heron.

-Sandhill Crane

Cormorants
-Double-crested Cormorant

Shore Birds
-Killdear


-Sand Piper

-Snipe.

-Woodcock

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