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Saw the beautiful male King Eider today, Tuesday, January 3rd, 2016, at around 12:30 pm. Seen from the end of Green Point Rd. Excellent views with a scope. Not ideal for photography. The sun is on the water - lots of backlight.…Continue
I just noticed the Birdtreax gadget had quit working. A link to it is on the main BNB page on the left under Links. It lists all recent NB sighting to eBird .... running total of the past 14 days. It also has a Tab to click on for 'Rarities".…Continue
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So both my camera and video camera had no battery left, so had to recharge. It's bad because the snow is level with our living room window and the suet feeder and hanging feeder. So the Junco's , Am Tree Sparrows, Purple Finch, Ev. Grosbeaks,…Continue
Hampton Nature Club
Meets 1st Tues of the Month
St Paul's Anglican Church
486 Kennebecasis River Rd, Hampton, NB E5N 6L2
7pm - 9pm
We are really pleased to introduce and…Continue
1] Black-Cap Chickadee
2] Red-Breasted Nuthatch
3] Dark-Eyed Junco
4] American Tree Sparrow
6] American Gold Finch
7] Purple Finch
8] Evening Grosbeak
9] Pine Siskin
So I said to Kitt, why isn't there a naturalist club in Hampton? I mean it's a great spot for seeing all kinds of nature, there are tons of people here who enjoy getting out, maybe we should see about starting up a club?