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American Kestrel,Northern Harrier

While out for an afternoon drive today in the St Paul to Bouctouche areas,my spouse and I had the pleasure to observe a Northern Harrier fl…

Started by Gabriel Gallant

2 Apr 9, 2011
Reply by Ron Arsenault (Halifax, N.S.)

Tree Swallow

We had one (1) male tree swallow flying around in our back yard all morning on April 8th. A very welcome sight.

Started by Alan Austin and Susan Kierstead

1 Apr 9, 2011
Reply by Denis A. Doucet

sightings

My husband saw a pine warbler amongst 100 common redpolls at our patio feeder yesterday. This was the day after my bird count day for Proje…

Started by Deana Gadd

6 Apr 8, 2011
Reply by Anne Assaff

At home in the pond today...April 7th 2011 edition

One pair of Hooded Mergansers! One Pair Common Mergansers 4 Mallards (2 pairs) 2 American Black Ducks (A pair I believe) 32 Canada Geese!…

Started by Denis A. Doucet

0 Apr 7, 2011

Odd birds on the Assumption Building

If you're in the Moncton, in the area of the Assumption Building, there will be a couple odd birds hanging off the roof on Thursday or Frid…

Started by Dwayne Biggar

11 Apr 6, 2011
Reply by Ron Arsenault (Halifax, N.S.)

Starlings looking for nest boxes.

I saw a Starling enter one of my Swallow boxes with ease, when I went to check it out the hole had been enlarged over winter... squirrel or…

Started by Dwayne Biggar

1 Apr 2, 2011
Reply by Laura Hare

More Springtime Activity at home...Birds, insects, even daytime deer!

As i write this (Friday morning April 1st), we are getting ready for a little bit of weather. We still have COMMON REDPOLLS around this mor…

Started by Denis A. Doucet

3 Apr 1, 2011
Reply by Gerry Mazerolle

Peregrine Falcon on Edgett's Landing nest site.

There was one Peregrine Falcon back on the usual nest site in Edgett's Landing.

Started by Dwayne Biggar

0 Mar 30, 2011

Great Blue Herons and more spring arrivals

As per his photo (Great Blue Heron), Gerry Mazerolle saw his first Great Blue Herons of the season, 6 of them, on the south side of the Coc…

Started by Denis A. Doucet

3 Mar 28, 2011
Reply by Dwayne Biggar

Cooper's Hawk

Don LeBlanc found a Cooper's Hawk in Moncton.  Details are on this site, but some folks may just check SIGHTINGS.  Here's the location from…

Started by Dwayne Biggar

0 Mar 28, 2011
Reply by Dwayne Biggar

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