If first ever, I will offer my congratulations Mike!!
oh no,, I lived in Ontario and Quebec;;they were plentiful there,,almost everytime I go St john I see one too,,in Moncton they are rare
Still congrats.... for one in YOUR yard!
thank you,,she is beautiful
Cool Mike, I just saw my first female in Campbellton at a fellow birder's place. Not a common occurence up here in the north country. I used to see them in my backyard in Fredericton in the mid to late 90's. Here's hoping they keep expanding there range. There is also a Carolina Wren in Matapedia Quebec visiting a lady's yard. Has been there for over a month.
I m originaly from c'ton,thanks for sharing,,, yes,,there was always a rare cardinal sighting in region every year,,,Manns nusery in tide head use to have one around back then ...I've also seen 7 scarlet tanagers togheter in Flatlands in late aug in 1990's