VERTEBRATES - other than birds


VERTEBRATES - other than birds

A group all about the smaller often neglected species of New Brunswick, so post your images here and we'll get something going.

Location: Fredericton, NB

Members: 54
Latest Activity: Jan 17

Discussion Forum

A partially blue, immature Green Frog.

Started by Gabriel Gallant. Last reply by Gabriel Gallant Aug 29, 2016. 2 Replies


Seeing Double - White-tail Deer

Started by John MacCREADY. Last reply by Tom Finck Jul 10, 2016. 3 Replies

Think you are seeing double??These two bachelor bucks have been hanging together here all spring and early summer.  Been seeing them one or two times per week, when they come out to feed in the first…Continue

Tags: Deer, White-tail

Wood Turtle

Started by Andrew Olive. Last reply by Andrew Olive Jun 29, 2016. 2 Replies

I almost stepped on this guy as I was walking to the head of a salmon pool on the Main Southwest Miramichi in Boiestown.  He/She was just sunning itself when I discovered it.…Continue

Hurrying Home

Started by Tony May 29, 2016. 0 Replies

A female Midland Painted Turtle on her way back to the pond after an egg-laying session (my interpretation).Wilkins Field, Fredericton north, May 28 2016…Continue

Tags: Turtle, Painted, Midland

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Comment by Gilles S Landry on January 17, 2017 at 10:40am

Comment by Stephen Allaby on January 3, 2017 at 3:50pm

Comment by Gary Dupuis on December 23, 2016 at 7:13pm

Came across this one while looking for Goldeneyes at Cormierville wharf. Taken Dec 23, 2016.

Comment by Derek Grant on June 13, 2013 at 10:43pm

Yes Joanne, I miss them too. Their insect munching act is, without a doubt, the Cirque du Soleil show of the natural world. To see their batty silhouettes dipping & diving in front of a magical twilight sky is(was) one of those can't miss summertime happenings. Almost did a video shoot of it a few years back, but then the weather changed and last (as well as this) year, I have spotted nary a one.

Comment by Joanne Savage on June 13, 2013 at 9:30pm

Derek, I'm glad you mentioned Bats and White Nose Syndrome. Folks have mentioned day flying Bats during inappropriate seasons; this was caused by the effect of WNS. Here in Quispamsis, during a time of year that is appropriate for Bat sightings at dusk and later, sadly I have seen none. I miss them.

Do other areas of NB have Bats to report?

Comment by Derek Grant on June 13, 2013 at 9:05pm

There's a documentary on Bats & White Nose Syndrome on PBS right now ....

Comment by Anne Marsch on March 14, 2013 at 5:45pm

Chipmunk...and now there are 2. The other 4 are still hiding.

Comment by Anne Marsch on March 6, 2013 at 3:22pm

Signs of spring....Our first CHIPMUNK was on the woodpile today. Perhaps the strawberries and oranges I put out was tempting him.

Comment by Hank Scarth on June 28, 2012 at 5:27pm

On a recent night bird-focused trip to Charlotte County, we were all staggered by the new experience of hearing Grey Tree Frogs.  They were in multiple sites near to the St. Croix River.  A suprisingly loud and utterly unforgettable cacophany. Jim Wilson patiently searched for one and was rewarded with the frog in this image.

Comment by Chris Adam on May 23, 2012 at 10:19pm

This group would include fish too, herptiles, which is what reptiles and amphibians as a group are sometimes called, and mammals such as deer, moose, and, yes, even dead voles. But no birds, please, never.


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