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Eurasian wigeon

Started by Andrew Olive in Sightings 16 hours ago. 0 Replies

I located a nice colourful male Eurasian wigeon on the open portion of the Restigouche at the mouth of Walker brook today if anyone is interested.   No need to get out of the car as the duck(s)were fairly close. Just drive to the treatment building…Continue

Woodcock

Started by Patricia Marshall in Sightings on Saturday. 0 Replies

The woodcock made its appearance in the leaf covered strawberry patch yesterday. Not a great picture but it was so well hidden it was difficult.Continue

Sighted this Spring - N. Flicker, Red Polls, Robins, Goldfinches, etc

Started by Ed Moore in Sightings. Last reply by Gail Taylor on Saturday. 8 Replies

I just moved here last Sept. and have seen many 'new to me' species.  I was in Halifax 25 years and had Waxwings and Jays and Yellow Warblers all the time, but here there are others.  Back in Oct I had a Pileated Woodpecker who got away before I…Continue

Tags: Robins, Goldfinches, Polls, Red, Flicker

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    Two birds were at least 1/2 mile away around Gundy Lake, Charlotte county N.B. They were not visible but could be heard (the sound was very odd). As they approached it was evident what the sound was …

    Posted by Daniel Gerard Cusack on March 22, 2018 at 6:12am 6 Comments

    Two birds were at least 1/2 mile away around Gundy Lake, Charlotte county N.B. They were not visible but could be heard (the sound was very odd). As they approached it was evident what the sound was they were making. One of the birds circled low.…

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    Participate in Educational Science Research by Identifying Birds! / Participez à une recherche en sciences de l’éducation en identifiant des oiseaux !

    Posted by Pierre Chastenay on March 5, 2018 at 2:36pm 6 Comments

    (Le français suit)



    Participate in Educational Science Research by Identifying Birds!



    Dear Bird Lovers, 



    The Équipe de recherche en éducation scientifique et technologique…

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    1991 siteing

    Posted by Bill Gammon on December 14, 2017 at 3:31pm 4 Comments

    24 May 1991

    charchol gray with red across the end of tail feathers. Neck seemed longer than usual.size of a Bluebird, larger than a Chicadee,size of a Snow Bunting.

    nrver been able to see anything close in any bird book,…

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    Red bellied woodpecker

    Posted by Freda J. Gordon on November 1, 2017 at 8:01am 0 Comments

    Thanks everyone for your kind and helpful comments. Freda
     
     
     

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