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ID Help

Started by Wayne Cooper in BIRDING Q AND A. Last reply by Joanne Savage 10 hours ago. 6 Replies

This bird has shown up at the feeder over the last few days. It seems fairly tame and I can get close too it even out doors leading me to believe that it may have been a pet that escaped. It is twice the size of a purple finch. Thanks for any help.Continue

ID Help Please

Started by Susan Cline in ID Requests. Last reply by Denis A. Doucet yesterday. 1 Reply

Seen these 2 ducks.... I do believe the one on the right is a black duck, but not sure what that other one is . . . a type of merganser??  Thanks for the help.SusanContinue

Hawk Migration

Started by Todd Watts in General Discussion. Last reply by Todd Watts yesterday. 6 Replies

Hawk migration has begun! Small movements of raptors have occurred and a more significant movement is looking likely toward the end of the week. Naturalists with an interest in raptors are encouraged to participate in New Brunswick's first and only…Continue

Ruddy Duck with Ring-necked Duck, possible Scaup

Started by Carmella Melanson in ID Requests. Last reply by Joanne Savage on Monday. 3 Replies

August 16th, 2014, Memramcook.  I know the ones with the white on their face are Ruddy Duck, but what are the others?  Greater or Lesser Scaup maybe?…Continue

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    Invitation for a Seal Island (Maine) Red-billed Tropicbird outing June 28

    Posted by Gilbert Bouchard on June 17, 2014 at 6:30pm 0 Comments

    Hi all, I booked an outing to go see the Seal Island NWR RED-BILLED TROPICBIRD from Vinalhaven, Maine on Saturday June 28 at 2:30 PM.

    This means people who wish to join us can take the 1 PM Ferry from Rockland, ME to Vinalhaven.…

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    Eastern Bluebird pair!!!

    Posted by Jean Northrup on June 3, 2014 at 4:16pm 3 Comments

    My husband and I gathered up about twelve birdhouses that had been acting as decorations in our greenhouse. Last Sunday we erected them at thirty foot intervals along the fence posts of our pastures.

    To my delight a Tree Swallow and a pair of… Continue

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