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Sandpiper

Started by Sandra Bourque in ID Requests 11 hours ago. 0 Replies

I would like some help with this sandpiper. It and a Sanderling were the only pipers on Herring Cove Beach today and they were not together. It was about the same size as the Sanderling.…Continue

Canary

Started by Andrew Olive in Sightings. Last reply by Andrew Olive yesterday. 2 Replies

I was in Carleton-Sur-Mer today and as was cruising the local market by the Naufrageur brewery when I noticed a slow flying yellow bird flutter his/her way to a nearby lilac.  Perplexed with what I saw, I ventured over for a closer look.  It turned…Continue

Warbler?

Started by Andrew McCartney in ID Requests. Last reply by Andrew McCartney on Sunday. 3 Replies

I spotted a warbler this evening that I can't identify. Two features that struck me right away were the orange in the throat that extended down the breast to the undertail coverts and the two white wingbars. My immediate impression was a…Continue

Wilson's Phalarope

Started by Gordon Rattray in Rare Birds Oiseaux Rares. Last reply by Andrew Olive on Sunday. 1 Reply

Found by board walk in Sackville Water Fowl Park, August 26, 2016Continue

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