Wood boring beetles, Algonquin Provincial Park, Canada

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2007

These are evidently wood boring beetles of some type recorded 12:30 am at Misty Lake.  Faint Bullfrogs can hear in the distance, there were active mice or shews in the immediate area as well.Tim River photo

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Wood boring beetles, Algonquin Provincial Park, Canada, Jecklin, DPA 4006,SD 744

Misty Lake Fishing, Algonquin Provincial Park, Canada

Monday, July 2nd, 2007

Neil and Pattie fishing on Misty Lake in the early evening.  A group of boisterous campers can be heard across the lake on the left side.  Our camp is behind the mics.  No fish were harmed or even caught.

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Misty Lake Fishing, Algonquin Provincial Park, Canada, Jecklin, DPA 4006,SD 744t

White-throated sparrow, Algonquin Provincial Park, Canada

Monday, July 2nd, 2007

This call was heard prominently throughout our journey.  On our journey the bird was dubbed “poor Ethel” due to it’s melancholy call.  It is, from what I’m told, a very common call in Canada, and that is my experience on this trip.  Swainson’s Thrush and other birds I don’t know are also prominent in the background.

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White-throated sparrow, Algonquin Provincial Park, Canada, Jecklin, DPA 4006,SD 744t

Triple Splash, Algonquin Provincial Park, Canada

Monday, July 2nd, 2007

Three mysterious splashes at 5:30 am, we are on the Tim river, are they beavers, muskrats or is someone  trying to dupe us?

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Triple Splash, Algonquin Provincial Park, Canada, Jecklin, DPA 4006,SD 744t