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Another Snowy Owl irruption year?

Started by Anne Assaff in General Discussion. Last reply by Anne Assaff 1 hour ago. 16 Replies

With three Snowy Owls reported in the Acadian peninsula over the weekend, it makes you wonder if the high population of last year might carry into this winter too. Here is an interesting article that suggests we might be seeing more snowies in our…Continue

Gulls! *shakes fist*

Started by Christopher J. Kennedy in ID Requests. Last reply by Christopher J. Kennedy 9 hours ago. 1 Reply

Ok guys, I think I have a good one. While combing through some older photos I pulled these out and wondered to myself. Are these 1st winter Black-headed gulls or juvenile/non-breeding Bonaparte's Gulls? I only snapped these two very over-saturated…Continue

eastern towhee(tohi a flancs roux)

Started by mike plourde in Rare Birds Oiseaux Rares. Last reply by Denis A. Doucet yesterday. 11 Replies

1 rst I had  a white breasted nuthatch(sittelle a poitrine blanche) this morning on martin st Moncton  ,,now I just seen my 1 rst towhee in my yard,,was expecting one day this would happenContinue

Turkey Vultures

Started by Joanne Savage in Sightings yesterday. 0 Replies

I noticed 5 Turkey Vultures soaring between Millennium Drive and Clark Road, here in the Kennebecasis Valley this morning. Cold and windy here today.... ohhh, those poor old bald heads!Continue


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    Orca surprises birders

    Posted by Claus F. Wolter on September 26, 2014 at 3:30pm 1 Comment

    Here is a link to the youtube video I shot of the a killer whale that surprised us while on the last pelagic trip of the season out of Grand Manan on Sea Watch Tours…


    Invitation for a Seal Island (Maine) Red-billed Tropicbird outing June 28

    Posted by Gilbert Bouchard on June 17, 2014 at 6:30pm 0 Comments

    Hi all, I booked an outing to go see the Seal Island NWR RED-BILLED TROPICBIRD from Vinalhaven, Maine on Saturday June 28 at 2:30 PM.

    This means people who wish to join us can take the 1 PM Ferry from Rockland, ME to Vinalhaven.…


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    Posted by Jean Northrup on June 3, 2014 at 4:16pm 3 Comments

    My husband and I gathered up about twelve birdhouses that had been acting as decorations in our greenhouse. Last Sunday we erected them at thirty foot intervals along the fence posts of our pastures.

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