Often on day trips one sees and perhaps photographs many subjects of different groups. e.g., dragonflies, moths, butterflies, even birds. Rather than separate these out into the various groups it would make for far easier reading if they were placed in this one category. Of course, individual shots could still be posted in the appropriate group.

So, record your day trip sighting here.

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May 12 2017 Fredericton

Started by Tony. Last reply by Nancy Mullin May 13, 2017. 1 Reply


mixed bag Maugerville April 30 2017

Started by Tony. Last reply by Nancy Mullin May 1, 2017. 2 Replies

Sunny and quite warm in pm. Saw quite a few insects and managed photos of 5 species:American Lady, Vanessa viginiensis - almost certainly a migrant from the USASpring Azure, Celastrina lucia - home…Continue

Tags: Cicindela, sexguttata, Ichneumonid, Wasp, major

Field Trip to Frederiction Junction - Jim Gail - bit of everything

Started by Jimmy Dee. Last reply by Jimmy Dee Jun 17, 2016. 9 Replies

Off to Fredericton Junction for for a lil outing June 4, 2016. We checked out field first then off for a walk down the Oromocto River. Didn't see many odes there but were many Beaverpond Baskettail…Continue

Tags: jd16bf, jd16m, jd16f, jd16d

An afternoon with Angelica - Ichneumons everywhere!

Started by Stuart Tingley. Last reply by Stuart Tingley Feb 24, 2016. 9 Replies

Sounds romantic, doesn't it? Well, until you get to the Ichneumon part......I spent three hours late this morning and early this afternoon walking a 300 meter stretch of the Sainte Anne Road near…Continue

Tags: rufofemoratus, fornicator, exetastes, ichneumonidae, bee

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Comment by Manju on June 20, 2015 at 7:22pm

Thx Tony. Wonder one has to register before ? Is there a limit to the number of participants? Will it be ok to show up since we did not know about it before dod not register .


Comment by Tony on June 20, 2015 at 6:06pm

There is a great opportunity to go birding in the Lower St. John River / Jemseg Important Bird Area!

Join Alain Clavette, Nature NB and us on Sunday, June 21 for a morning of birding through Jemseg and the Lower St. John River valley. Learn why this is share of the Important Bird Area program and how you can help retain it.

Meet at 7am at the Village of Gagetown gas station exit (Exit 330 off the Trans-Canada). For more information please Contact Nature NB at 506-459-4209 or
Here is a good opportunity to observe the birds in the area of ​​the Saint John River / Jemseg, an important area for bird conservation!

Join Alain Clavette, Nature NB and ourselves this Sunday, June 21 for a birding morning Jemseg / Saint John River. Learn why this place is an important area for bird conservation and how you can encourage conservation.

Meet at 7 am at the gas station exit Gagetown (Exit 330 of the Trans Canada Highway). For more information, please contact at 506-459-4209 or NB Nature

Comment by Manju on June 20, 2015 at 4:39pm


I am new member. I heard on the radio that Alain Clavette will be in Gagetown area on Sunday 21 st. June . How /Where could I find some information about this activity. Thank you for helping.


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