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Possible Field Sparrow

Started by David g Miller in ID Requests. Last reply by Joyce Morrell 1 hour ago. 16 Replies

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12 waterfowl species - Woodstock, NB

Started by Nathan Staples in Sightings. Last reply by Nathan Staples 11 hours ago. 6 Replies

There weren't large numbers, but there sure was a variety of species at the sewage lagoon in Woodstock yesterday. MallardAmerican Black DuckAmerican WigeonGreen-winged TealCommon GoldeneyeRing-necked DuckNorthern ShovelerWood DuckGadwallCanada…Continue

White-crowned Sparrow eating beetle

Started by Dwayne Biggar in Sightings. Last reply by Jimmy Dee 12 hours ago. 6 Replies

This is the guy I saw yesterday, he was very approachable at the neighbour's house.  Eating on the driveway and lawn, there weren't any seeds there other than natural ones. I think he was after insects but this is the only one that was big enough to…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…

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    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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    Eastern Bluebird pair!!!

    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.

    To my delight a Tree Swallow and a pair of… Continue

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    Andrew Olive replied to Grant Milroy's discussion Sparrow from southern Sask late Aug near wetland in overgrown area.
    "I would have to agree with Robert on this one, unstreaked nape, pale lore's really stand out to me, short tail and the yellowish stripe down the back.  Like Joanne said too, these birds don't seem too shy.  Just my thoughts"
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    Joseph Laurie Grattan liked Charles Gaudet's photo
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    Joyce Morrell replied to David g Miller's discussion Possible Field Sparrow
    "Thanks, nice to be useful.  J."
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    Joanne Savage replied to Grant Milroy's discussion Sparrow from southern Sask late Aug near wetland in overgrown area.
    "A point that runs through my mind is that both Nelson's and Le Conte's Sparrows are Ammodramus species.... secretive... hard to see. The birds shown in Grant's photos do not strike me as secretive."
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    Joanne Savage replied to David g Miller's discussion Possible Field Sparrow
    "Grand photos Joyce!!!"
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    David g Miller replied to David g Miller's discussion Possible Field Sparrow
    "Thank you Joyce, lots to compare to"
    1 hour ago
    Robert Doiron replied to David g Miller's discussion Possible Field Sparrow
    "Nice photos of this bird, Joyce. Very nice species to have at home."
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    Joyce Morrell replied to David g Miller's discussion Possible Field Sparrow
    "I had a field sparrow last spring for a while near the house and I took a lot of photos . Here they are to compare . You do have a field sparrow. I guess they are not common, I did not know that at the time. Maybe they are becoming more…"
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    Robert Doiron replied to Grant Milroy's discussion Sparrow from southern Sask late Aug near wetland in overgrown area.
    "Sharply-pointed tips on tail-feathers are also found on Bobolink. The wing feather pattern (dark feathers with broad pale edges) on the tertials and wing coverts of these birds are wrong for Nelson's Sparrow or any other sparrows found in…"
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    Stuart Tingley replied to Stuart Tingley's discussion A woodlouse (suborder: ONISCIDEA) Philoscia muscorum in the group The "Everything Else" Group
    "Thanks all for your comments. And yes, Jimmy, there are a number of predators that enjoy the flavour of woodlice, including a genus of spiders that feeds exclusively on them!"
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    David g Miller replied to David g Miller's discussion Possible Field Sparrow
    "Thanks Joanne and Bill"
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    Glenn Pinsent liked Tony's discussion Female Nehalennia, Sedge & Sphagnum Sprites
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    Joanne Savage replied to David g Miller's discussion Possible Field Sparrow
    "Nice one David!"
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    Bill Sheehan replied to David g Miller's discussion Possible Field Sparrow
    "Great sparrows to this late."
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    "Thanks Anne, Joseph, Arielle, and Ted."
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    Denis A. Doucet replied to Tony's discussion Female Nehalennia, Sedge & Sphagnum Sprites in the group Maritime Dragonflies and Damselflies
    "I certainly see them and I have linked at the bottom of the original discussion. However, your comment on the Species account showed up in my e-mail, but is NOT showing up on the actual page, not sure why."
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    Fork-Tailed Flycatcher

    "We were in Brownsville, Texas for a few winters and one of these guys showed up at Southmost; a nature reserve that is closed to the public but used for research. They opened it up for this bird and I think half of Texas was there the day I went. We…"
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