Wildlife in spring in Canada

This 14 May 2020 video says about itself:

Wildlife awakening on the nature shores of the St-Lawrence River

In May every year, wildlife is born again in Eastern Canada as temperature rise and days last longer. A stunning array of migrating birds start to land in the broadleaf and mixed forests of Southern Ontario and Southern Quebec. Migrating species coming all the way from Central America follow a green path across USA only to reach the Great Lakes and continuing on along the shores of the St-Lawrence River. Some seen in this compilation are:

– Blue-Headed Vireo
– Golden-Crowned Kinglet
American Goldfinch
Black-Throated Blue Warbler
White-Breasted Nuthatch

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