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DEER ISLAND CBC

Started by RALPH ELDRIDGE in General Discussion yesterday. 0 Replies

The Christmas Bird Count season is upon us and with it the annual call for volunteers.Anyone interested in participating in the Deer Island section of the Eastport/Campobello count, please contact either me  <lightrae1@gmail.com> or Joanne…Continue

ID required on this little beauty

Started by Guy Goguen in ID Requests. Last reply by Guy Goguen on Friday. 8 Replies

This bird has been coming to my feeder for a week now and prefers a pine cone that I covered in crunchy peanut butter and rolled in mixed seed. I've been feeding birds for some 30 years and this one is a first for me but I realize it may be a common…Continue

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Western Kingbird at Cape Spear and other rarities

Started by Carmella Melanson in Rare Birds Oiseaux Rares. Last reply by Stuart Tingley Nov 15. 12 Replies

After Gary Dupuis posted a picture of a Tropical Kingbird on November 11th, 2017, which he had seen in Cape Tourmentine on November 9th, several birders flocked to the area to try to locate the bird.  As it is often the case when a lot of eyes are…Continue

"Oregon" Dark-eyed Junco

Started by Janet Kempster in Sightings Nov 10. 0 Replies

Found on Nov 8th by Jim and Jean WIlson and me,  an “OREGON” DARK-EYED JUNCO at the amphitheater beside the beaver pond below the Park Headquarters building…Continue

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    Red bellied woodpecker

    Posted by Freda J. Gordon on November 1, 2017 at 8:01am 0 Comments

    Thanks everyone for your kind and helpful comments. Freda

    red-bellied woodpecker

    Posted by Lucy Wilson on October 31, 2017 at 2:16pm 2 Comments

    Perhaps this isn't as unusual as I first thought, judging by past posts on this site, but still - if anyone's interested, there was a red-bellied woodpecker in my front yard yesterday (between Oak Point and Evandale). 

    Sandhill Cranes

    Posted by John McCleave on October 3, 2017 at 9:11pm 1 Comment

    The small flock of sandhill cranes is still feeding in the same field in Rexton almost every morning. There were 7, now 5. It is on route 495, just outside of town on the right in the farm field, left of the driveway, usually with a big flock of…

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    Sandhill Cranes

    Posted by John McCleave on October 3, 2017 at 9:11pm 0 Comments

    The small flock of sandhill cranes is still feeding in the same field in Rexton almost every morning. There were 7, now 5. It is on route 495, just outside of town on the right in the farm field, left of the driveway, usually with a big flock of…

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    Joanne Savage replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Bruce Spanworm [Operoptera bruceata] 7437 Nov. 19/17 Quispamsis in the group Moths of New Brunswick
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    "Thanks, Stu! It was blowing quite hard when my poor, little faded moth arrive so it really surprised me. Only other recent arrivals were a few Acleris maccana. Nice image of the Fall Cankerworm!"
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    DEER ISLAND CBC

    The Christmas Bird Count season is upon us and with it the annual call for volunteers.Anyone interested in participating in the Deer Island section of the Eastport/Campobello count, please contact either me  <lightrae1@gmail.com> or Joanne…See More
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