Observation notes: I had to remove (her?) from a piece of plywood we needed. She climbed onto my finger and allowed me to admire her for several minutes. Before she finally took flight, she started vibrating quite hard for about a minute, then took off. The weather was sunny, about 23 Celcius, moderate humidity. We live beside a lake. Non-indigenous trees in the immediate vacinity include a Japanese Maple and a Japanese Willow.
Verified by: Sue Gregoire
Verified date: July 05, 2020
Coordinator notes: The wing-whirring you witnessed was to warm the muscles for flight.