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Hampton Naturalist Club

Well my wife and I live close to Hampton, and for a while I've been thinking with it being such a great place for Natural Beauty it's f…

Started by Paul & Kitty Martin

6 on Friday
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Printable Field Checklist (Birds) for use November-April in New Brunswick

This is a very simple field checklist that I designed a few years ago for my own use but am happy to share if anyone finds it useful. It in…

Started by Stuart Tingley

7 on Thursday
Reply by Danny O'Shea

A banded Snow Bunting.

Last winter, Josee-Anne Otis who worked for the biology department at U de M, was visiting my home on weekends hoping to capture and tag Sn…

Started by Gabriel Gallant

7 Jan 10
Reply by Gabriel Gallant

Birding Resolutions for 2016

Here are 16 lifers I hope to find in NB this year, preferably in Carleton County. 14 of the 16 were found around here last year so hopefull…

Started by Nathan Staples

19 Jan 1
Reply by Joanne Savage

2 questions; where does Bloomfield fall into for CBC's and is there interest in Hampton as a Naturalist Club site?

questions say it, now just waiting for comments.

Started by Paul & Kitty Martin

3 Dec 17, 2016
Reply by Paul & Kitty Martin

12 Days of Christmas raffle for Canadian Cancer Society

Hi birders of NB! I have pledged to raise $5000 for the Canadian Cancer Society this year and am planning to do a 12 Days of Christmas raff…

Started by Amber Richards

0 Dec 6, 2016

CBCs

I will be doing the DEER ISLAND  portion of the EASTPORT CHRISTMAS BIRD COUNT on its regular day, December 26th, Boxing Day. If anyone els…

Started by RALPH ELDRIDGE

0 Dec 2, 2016

Question???

What Birds eat Hawthorn Berries?

Started by Paul & Kitty Martin

1 Dec 2, 2016
Reply by RALPH ELDRIDGE

NB Winter Bird List 2016-7

 A reminder: Time has rolled around yet again to keep the NB Winter Bird List in mind and be involved. The Winter Bird list is kept each ye…

Started by Joanne Savage

2 Nov 22, 2016
Reply by Joanne Savage

The Gray Jay as our national bird.

As most of you probably know by now, the royal Canadian Geographical Society has unveiled the Gray Jay as its pick for Canada's national bi…

Started by Gabriel Gallant

2 Nov 22, 2016
Reply by John MacCREADY

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