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These were taken Nov 22, 2015 at Ralphs feeders in St George. Lots of activity there for sure. Thanks Ralph! Nice to meet you there and thanks Gail for showing me around.I'll start with the two Lifers ... could have been three but the Tufted…Continue
Kitt and I were driving into Apohaqui from Berwick on Route 880 when a Belted Kingfisher flew across the road in front of us and went into a creek with cattails. I was thinking this is kind of late for them, so I'm wondering if anyone else has…Continue
John MacCready posted an image of Tufted Titmouse at his feeders on Oct. 17/15 in Mayfield NB. Mayfield is outside St. Stephen NB.This is a species that is slowly making a northward expansion of territory and hopefully will eventually be established…Continue
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I've set up my blind in the field behind our home, it's got a lot of Blackberry, Golden Rod, and Timothy Grass, plus close by is hardwood bush.
I've got a feeder and a suet feeder set up there with black oil sunflower seed, and starting…Continue
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…
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