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Yellow-headed Blackbird [Carouge a tete juane]

Started by Joanne Savage in Rare Birds Oiseaux Rares yesterday. 0 Replies

Glibert Bouchard sent a note this AM to alert me of  report to EBird re. a sighting of a Yellow-headed Blackbird recently on Grand Manan Island.Continue

Hawk ?

Started by john moore in ID Requests. Last reply by Joanne Savage yesterday. 1 Reply

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

Juvenile Harlequin duck

Started by Andrew Olive in Sightings. Last reply by Joanne Savage on Thursday. 5 Replies

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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    What's done is done, but...

    Posted by Julie Stevens on June 3, 2015 at 8:36am 6 Comments



    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…

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    black-chinned hummingbird

    Posted by Ray Kendall on May 16, 2015 at 6:45pm 6 Comments

    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…

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    DEAD MEAT!

    Posted by Rod O'Connell on May 3, 2015 at 8:12pm 5 Comments

    Is a Robin a Sign of Spring?

    Posted by Rod O'Connell on February 15, 2015 at 11:13pm 5 Comments

    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…

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    Young Ruby Throated Humming Bird M/F ?

    "I'm trying to bring this up a bit. Don is asking for ID confirmation as to sex of this RTHU."
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    Joanne Savage replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Gray Scoopwing [Callizzia amorata] H 7650 pg 179 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
    "Thank you again Tony! Cropping is another computer related item; something I have yet to learn. I'll find out how and give it some effort. Your effort sure makes a difference. Signed, Almost computer illiterate."
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    Joanne Savage replied to Joanne Savage's discussion White-banded Toothed Carpet [Epirrhoe alternata] H 7394 pg. 189 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
    "Thank you Tony; your encouragement goes a long way!"
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    Tony replied to Tony's discussion another NEW SPECIES for NB, July 31 2015 Fredericton in the group Moths of New Brunswick
    "Thanks Stu, added. This brings you 5 new species for NB in 2015. Let's see what the fall brings from the salt marsh; I suspect very few collections of salt marsh moths in NB"
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    Tony added 9 discussions to the group Moths New to NB
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    Tony replied to Joanne Savage's discussion White-banded Toothed Carpet [Epirrhoe alternata] H 7394 pg. 189 ? in the group Moths of New Brunswick
    "Good call. Sometimes not easy to separate these from 7399 Sharp-angled Carpet but no problem with your image."
    5 hours ago
    Tony replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Gray Scoopwing [Callizzia amorata] H 7650 pg 179 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
    "This is one I have not seen this year. [not sure if you want the bother of cropping your images but if you should, IrfanView is a free program. It allows you to crop out the excess background, resize the image, and do some (or none) sharpening] I…"
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    Joanne Savage replied to Tony's discussion another NEW SPECIES for NB, July 31 2015 Fredericton in the group Moths of New Brunswick
    "Stu, I'll echo your comment re 'confirmation or correction'; where would we be without Tony sharing his vast knowledge!"
    8 hours ago
    Stuart Tingley replied to Tony's discussion another NEW SPECIES for NB, July 31 2015 Fredericton in the group Moths of New Brunswick
    "Thanks, Tony. Of course I will post them as a separate discussion. Most of this 'confirmation or correction' work falls on your lap and I don't want you to feel overwhelmed. Also please feel free to indicate where my photos are not…"
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    Denis A. Doucet liked Stuart Tingley's discussion An attractive midge (CHIRONOMIDAE) - Stenochironomus hilaris
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    Stuart Tingley added a discussion to the group Maritime Flies (Diptera)
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    A couple of these tiny (4mm) green midges caught my eye at the front door light on the evening of July 31 as I photographed moths. Looking at images at BugGuide it seems a good match for Stenochironomus hilaris.attracted to light, Cormierville…See More
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    Joanne Savage replied to Tony's discussion another NEW SPECIES for NB, July 31 2015 Fredericton in the group Moths of New Brunswick
    "Congratulations Tony; a beautiful Moth to boot!!"
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    Joanne Savage liked Tony's discussion 10943 Norman's Dart, August 1 2015 Fredericton
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    Joanne Savage replied to Joanne Savage's discussion ID requested in the group Moths of New Brunswick
    "Thanks again Tony for the info re the colour green"
    12 hours ago
    Tony replied to Joanne Savage's discussion ID requested in the group Moths of New Brunswick
    "I did see your Green Leuconycta. In most moths green is a very unstable colour, it fades quickly in light and in strong sunlight it will change to white rapidly. Your moth had probably been around a while; often makes ID difficult."
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