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Eastern Bluebird?

Started by Fredrica Givan in Sightings. Last reply by Fredrica Givan 8 hours ago. 2 Replies

I saw this bird on the power line  in front of my home in…Continue

Fund Raising to Offset Increases

Started by BNB Host in General Discussion. Last reply by Paul & Kitty Martin yesterday. 47 Replies

Since 2010 I've been paying the monthly fees for this NING site, about a year ago the cost tripled, I've looked into ways to raise money, I've asked Tourism NB to help out since they link to us for their Birdwatching Info.  I could allow advertising…Continue

Things aren't right

Started by Joanne Savage in General Discussion yesterday. 0 Replies

Posts this morning are missing from 'latest activity' and anything under Wilson's Snipe by Aldo Dorio are from a week or so.Continue

WARBLER MOVEMENT, MSI

Started by RALPH ELDRIDGE in Sightings. Last reply by Dwayne Biggar on Monday. 1 Reply

There have been some modest drop-outs here on Machias Seal Island over the past nights of thick weather.Last night (Sunday/Monday) brought us a good mix of warblers and their allies.I identified these 21 species coming and going on or near our front…Continue

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    The Post Migration Blues

    Posted by Paul & Kitty Martin on September 21, 2017 at 2:28pm 1 Comment

    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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    The Post Migration Blues

    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, Maple and…See More
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    "Thanks, Stu.... I just thank the moth itself for happening to show up. It visited for a short while last evening. Yes, nice to know if Bay Underwing and The Old Maid are named by location/proximity to open water or inland. I did see your post to BG,…"
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    Stuart Tingley replied to Joanne Savage's discussion The Old Maid [Catocala badia] 8777 Sept 18/17 Quispamsis to bait and lights in the group Moths of New Brunswick
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    Eastern Bluebird?

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