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Louis-Emile Cormier discovered a female RUFF / Combattant varié around 7pm this evening in the small salt marsh bordering the short boardwalk behind the visitors centre at the Rotary Park, located on the east side of Route 134 just south of the…Continue
I subscribe to the PEI list serv as my family goes there at least 3 times each summer. Just got this message from a birder over there; Played hide-and-seek with a Tricolored Heron in the marshes this morning. He was visible from the Gulfshore…Continue
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Under photography contest tab, Choose April Contest and choose link to April Photos. Select " LIKE" to cast your vote under your favorite photos. A lot of fantastic photos have very little votes. Click Member like this to see if you already…Continue
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…Continue
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…Continue