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This bird stood out with the American Goldfinches just now. It has a beak & streaking like a Pine Siskin and wings like an American Goldfinch. The black above its eye stood out too. Maybe it is a hybrid of some sort? …Continue
I was listening to a very strong, lovely singer this morning, but couldn't spot it. The call was five notes--three short, sharp, bright notes in the same pitch, a longer, slightly trilled fourth note, still in the same pitch, and a final lower…Continue
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The past weeks have been very cold wintery days. In the Bathurst area, the temperature has plummeted to -39°C, and this is not counting the wind-chill factor. The last thing that you would expect to see is an American Robin in your yard. On…Continue
The 33rd Annual Southeast Upsalquitch Christmas Bird Count
By Rod O’Connell
The 33rd Annual SE Upsalquitch Christmas Bird Count was held on Tuesday, December…Continue
Hey everyone it has been quite a while since I checked the site out! Hope everyone is enjoying the new year and all the new birds! I moved to St. Andrews for school this year and I'll be starting my 3rd big year. With grad year and all I only…Continue