A Trip to Saskatchewan, Canada
June 2014

I spent a few days in the Cypress Hills area of western Saskatchewan then drove east to visit some grasslands in the area of Chaplin.
I ended the trip with a few days in the Duck Mountain Provincial Park in eastern Saskatchewan. It was a very wet time, rain almost every day.
I had hoped for more birds in the boreal forest of Duck Mountain. Although I found Blackburnians and Chestnut-sided to be fairly common, I only
found one Mourning Warbler and Cape May Warbler. No Black-throated Green, Bay-breasted, Connecticut, Canada, or any other warbler species I needed photos of.

Click the links below to see some of the photos:

Blackburnian Warbler

Chestnut-sided Warbler

Mourning Warbler

Alder Flycatcher

Some Grassland Birds

Some birds from the Cypress Hills

Red-necked Grebe