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Yellow-headed Blackbird

Yellow-headed Blackbird

Oak Hammock Marsh has played home to 300 species of birds. 193 of these occur on a regular basis.

The wetland is a staging area for waterfowl and shorebirds during migration, which is a great time to visit the Interpretive Centre. It also hosts a wide variety of songbirds, including some Manitoba specialties such as Yellow rail, Nelson’s sparrow, and LeConte’s sparrow.

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Arrival of First Geese

Summer Bird Census Results 2001 to 2018

Migration Counts 1998 to 2018

Christmas Bird Count Totals 1993 to 2022