A couple of trips to the Rondeau Provincial Park area in the past few days has been worthwhile. Sparrows are a typical early season migrant, and there has been no shortage of them. There have been lots of Chipping Sparrows....
The sloughs are also good for Rusty Blackbirds, although I haven't seen hordes of them yet. Hopefully there are more to come. It is a declining species in Ontario, but not officially At Risk yet.
Some of the park's other wildlife provided photo ops in my travels, including this larva of some insect which was resting on the top rail of one of the boardwalks. I don't expect it to get much older given the exposure and wet weather.