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Probable SWAINSON'S HAWK- Greenlaw Mtn Hawkwatch Sept 18th 2014

Started by Denis A. Doucet in Rare Birds Oiseaux Rares. Last reply by Joanne Savage 4 hours ago. 1 Reply

Via Todd Watts, originally posted on Nature NB LISTSERV"Greenlaw Mountain Hawk Watch Counts. September 18, 2014 Osprey 8 Bald Eagle 1 Northern Harrier 1 Sharp-shinned hawk 26 Broad-winged Hawk 166 Red-tailed Hawk 1 American Kestrel 1 Merlin 1…Continue

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Is this a Pelegrine Falcon?

Started by Lucy Richard in ID Requests. Last reply by Ron Arsenault (Waverley, N.S.) yesterday. 6 Replies

Yesterday evening we were out on our deck and noticed this birds of prey with a fresh catch on the neighbours roof. We live in Hidegarde Subdivision Moncton, I thought it may be a Falcon. Can anyone help me identify this please? Here is my video…Continue

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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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    Joanne Savage replied to Denis A. Doucet's discussion Probable SWAINSON'S HAWK- Greenlaw Mtn Hawkwatch Sept 18th 2014
    "Thank you for posting this Denis. I know several things about Todd: he has many years of Raptor ids under his belt, he is very careful with those ids and only posts a message such as that of today when he is absolutely sure. What a species…"
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    Stuart Tingley replied to Stuart Tingley's discussion Ichneumon Wasp - Neamblymorpha milva - Shediac, September 18 in the group Ants, Bees and Wasps of the Maritimes (May 2014-present)
    "Thanks, Jimmy. I really have no idea how many species we have in NB but with somewhere between 5,000 and 8,000 species in North America I expect we have many hundreds. I also have no idea how many I've photographed but it would be a tiny…"
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    "Thanks for the ID Tom! I had no idea what it was. I couldn't find any Milkweed leaves like this but the Wild Cucumber leaves fit nicely. Eating these would be like eating a porcupine!"
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    Probable SWAINSON'S HAWK- Greenlaw Mtn Hawkwatch Sept 18th 2014

    Via Todd Watts, originally posted on Nature NB LISTSERV"Greenlaw Mountain Hawk Watch Counts. September 18, 2014 Osprey 8 Bald Eagle 1 Northern Harrier 1 Sharp-shinned hawk 26 Broad-winged Hawk 166 Red-tailed Hawk 1 American Kestrel 1 Merlin 1…See More
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    Joanne Savage replied to Jimmy Dee's discussion Yum - tasty looking! in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
    "Yes, Jimmy as Tom says... no, no, no  [!!!] for those.... Wild Cucumber pod is NOT edible. Milkweed pods are."
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    "Gorgeous Jimmy Dee.  Love the bright yellow on the various tones of grey.  Nice work!"
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    Jimmy Dee replied to Jimmy Dee's discussion Yum - tasty looking! in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
    "Hmmm these are Milkweed pods? I didn't know that ... I do have a pic of the leaves ... they are not the same as the Swamp Milkweed leaves. This plant was within 20 feet of it though. I think its crowing from same branch as leaves in upper left. "
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    Tom Finck replied to Jimmy Dee's discussion Yum - tasty looking! in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
    "as kids we called them wild cucumbers and trow them around at each other i would not want to eat one no no no"
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    Joanne Savage replied to Jimmy Dee's discussion Yum - tasty looking! in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
    "I know your style  [from other posts] quite well by now Jimmy... if you've not done so already, all you have to do is check out: are milkweed pods edible?.....you will soon know the answer is "yes"... I've never tried them…"
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    Denis A. Doucet replied to Denis A. Doucet's discussion Dare to Dream / Osez rêver !! in the group Messages Nature Memes
    "Many thanks, Joanne and Jimmy. The message resonates with me tonight, for sure."
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    "Wow beautiful image and message Denis!"
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