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Wild turkeys ?

Started by Don Jardine in Sightings. Last reply by Joanne Savage 10 hours ago. 1 Reply

Saw 14 of these crossing route 127 near St. Andrews. Reminded me of the Beatles Album cover for Abbey Road. Continue

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Reddish eyed small water bird ID

Started by Don Jardine in BIRDING Q AND A. Last reply by Joanne Savage 10 hours ago. 1 Reply

I photographed this bird on the water at the entrance to Minister's Island in St. Andrew's on Sept. 23rd. I have never seen this bird before and am wondering if it is some type of Grebe. Perhaps someone can help. Continue

Recent Birds on Grand Manan

Started by Jim Wilson in Sightings yesterday. 0 Replies

Jean and I spent the past week on Grand Manan. Birding was quite good on Monday and Tuesday, Sept 18-19th but then northeast winds resulting from the seaward passing of the hurricane plagued us for the rest of the week until they finally died off…Continue

Miscou island

Started by Steeve Miousse in NB Birding HotSpots. Last reply by Hazel Dean yesterday. 5 Replies

 I've been birding since 2006 and my number one spot is Miscou island during bird migrations. Birds tend to concentrate here on the island because they seem to be following the Northumberland coast on their bi-annual trips. Miscou is the last…Continue

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    Selling my zoom lens Tamron 200-500mm $400

    Posted by Paul & Kitty Martin on September 24, 2017 at 3:36pm 0 Comments

    Selling my zoom lens, it's for a Canon DSLR, it's a Tamron SP AF Di LD (IF) 200-500 mm 1:5-6:3 86, it is without the Tripod Ring Mount hence the price is lower. $400 or best offer.…

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    The Post Migration Blues

    Posted by Paul & Kitty Martin on September 21, 2017 at 2:00pm 2 Comments

    If you are like my wife Kitty, you are happy that summer is fleeing and that Autumn is approaching, but there is a sting with the feel of fall.

    Today, I was down to Dutch Point, started off up on a ridge looking out over a stand of Ash,…

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    Bloomfied Birds of April

    Posted by Paul & Kitty Martin on May 8, 2017 at 7:21am 0 Comments

    1] Red Tail Hawk

    2] Evening Grosbeak

    3] Bluejay

    4] Dark-eyed Junco

    5] Black-capped Chickadee

    6] American Crow

    7] Northern Cardinal

    8] American Tree Sparrow

    9] Mourning Dove

    10] Hairy…

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