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The photo is a little blurry because it was taken in a hurry and from about 50 yds away . I think it may be a Merlin but confirmation from more knowledgeable people than myself would be appreciated The bird was on the lawn in Fredericton .…Continue
Had a rare encounter with a young Harlequin duck way up on the Belle Kedgwick river, not far from the mouth where it joins with the North Branch Kedgwick. Unable to fly yet, it was working it's way up river and became trapped between our two…Continue
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My sister-in-law and her husband just cleared a huge patch of tall bushes and brush at the back of their property this week. Had I known they had plans to do it so soon, I would have thrust in my two cents and said "But wait! it's nesting…
First time on this site or any other for that matter, but I thought everyone would like to know that we have a Black-chinned Hummingbird at our feeder today. It is too fast for a picture but we recognised it with field glasses. We live just…Continue
The past weeks have been very cold wintery days. In the Bathurst area, the temperature has plummeted to -39°C, and this is not counting the wind-chill factor. The last thing that you would expect to see is an American Robin in your yard. On…Continue