Maxwell Creek Inn Bed & Breakfast is nestled on nearly six acres overlooking Maxwell Bay and Lake Ontario. The historic 1846 Cobblestone home is rumored to have been on the Underground Railroad where slaves came for food and shelter.
Killdeer nest on the moss growing on our old tennis court.
At first I thought our bird was a Piping Plover. But some of my birding friends identified her as a Killdeer. They are so close in color and markings. If you look closely, the Killdeer has two stripes around the neck and the Plover only has one.