Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

Trying to get some spring colour An escapee from the CJ compound Pelican did a flyby Ring-billed Gull with broken wing.  Staying close to the water.  I have named this bird ‘Catfood’ even though I doubt a cat will have anything to do with its ultimate demise. Pool 6 dump site now. Beaver dam is […]

Thunder Bay – The Weakest Link Update

Hospital clarifies use of term ‘locum’ The head of Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre’s COVID-19 response team has confirmed an ICU doctor who tested positive is in fact a full-time staff member who does not work at other hospitals in Ontario. Hospital officials on Monday had described the doctor, who may have exposed 100 […]

Thunder Bay - Tuesday

Thunder Bay – Tuesday

Squirrel! Not sure how water is supposed to get into the catchbasin with an asphalt dam surrounding it. You don’t want to have the CJ as your neighbour. Red-breasted Merganser The gull with the broken wing is still alive. Shoes still there. Organic beer. Turns out you can camp in Marina Park. Who would have […]

Thunder Bay – The Weakest Link

Doctor at Thunder Bay hospital diagnosed with COVID-19 A doctor who worked in the Intensive Care Unit and other areas of the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre has been diagnosed with COVID-19, resulting in contact tracing and tests for over 100 staff and a smaller number of patients. Hospital officials say they believe there is a […]

Thunder Bay - Monday - Its June!

Thunder Bay – Monday – Its June!

Not sure what bird this is.  Not the first of these I have seen recently. Macro photo of bunny suit that has been laying on the shoreline for at least a year. Tree Swallo Beaver felled a coniferous tree.  I believe this type of tree is not the beaver’s first choice.  Birch seems to be […]

Thunder Bay - Sunday - Last Day Of May

Thunder Bay – Sunday – Last Day Of May

Nook has added patio space in anticipation of being allowed to open soon. Sign down. I remember when stop blocks were solid white.  I guess that requirement has changed.  Looks like crap. The Fruit Loops box has not migrated very far from the place I first spotted it a few days ago.  The stuff is […]

Thunder Bay - Saturday

Thunder Bay – Saturday

Mourning Dove Its a dead something. Gull? Duck? Merganser? Can’t tell as I am no expert. Mallards MV Kaministiqua MV Federal Leda MV Federal Dee American Crow. Hard to take a photo as they are all black. These people are going to have to find another place to hang out once construction begins. Is Kelly’s […]

Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

Trash in context Lilacs ready to bloom Flew into a window Bump signs up at the asphalt patches covering excavation areas on Water Street. Holes have been filled but the area has settled causing a major bump. The catchbasin repair Used the leftover concrete. Ring-billed gull carrying an old work glove Put it in a […]

Thunder Bay - Thursday

Thunder Bay – Thursday

No face like chrome, even though a lot of it is plastic More drama down at the most problematic section of any street in the city. Not only are asphalt patches covering previous excavation sites deteriorating rapidly But now a catchbasin has failed. I know…its blurry but I was in a hurry. On the bright […]

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

Water Street patches getting worse Killdeer trying to draw me away from its nesting area Showing some colour I’m guessing MV Federal Leda Back to the nest. This one standing guard This one sitting on the nest.  Did they put the egg back? Trash in context New bouy at the CCGS Alexander Henry Museum.  The […]