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Great Horned Owl Owlets

Started Jul 5, 2014 0 Replies

Two owlets have fledged. Both flew off the branch of a maple tree and broke it. It was a good 1 inch diameter. The one I photographed is the weaker flier so it tends to sit around for hours according…Continue

Tags: Lower, Coverdale, Owlets, owl, horned

pupa unknown

Started this discussion. Last reply by Anne Marsch Jun 30, 2014. 2 Replies

June 29th, 2014 found on Victoria Road north of Moncton. This is my only photo and it is not very sharp.…Continue

FLOWER LONGHORN BEETLE, EVODINUS MONTICOLA

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joanne Savage Jun 13, 2014. 3 Replies

FOUND AT HIGH ELEVATION ON 45 ROAD NEAR ALMA JUNE 11, 2014…Continue

Tags: EVODINUS, MONTICOLA, LONGHORN, FLOWER, BEETLE

FISH i.d. needed

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew Olive May 29, 2014. 4 Replies

These fish…Continue

Tags: AREA, PROTECTED, WILDLIFE, SHEPODY, FISH

 

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Joanne Savage liked Anne Marsch's discussion RED GRASSHOPPER
Jul 28, 2015
Anne Marsch replied to Anne Marsch's discussion RED GRASSHOPPER in the group Maritime Grasshopper Group
"Thank you Ken and Denis. It looks pink in photo but I found it to be quite reddish."
Jul 28, 2015
Anne Marsch replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Hologram Moth AKA Green Patches Looper H # 8897 [Diachrysia balluca] I think in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Great Moth Joanne. Glad you got your book."
Jul 28, 2015
Denis A. Doucet replied to Anne Marsch's discussion RED GRASSHOPPER in the group Maritime Grasshopper Group
"Actually, Ken your answer is plenty sensible. I fully agree with you on both counts, a male nymph of the Slant-faced Grasshoppers (Gomphocerinae). My best guess at the species is Marsh Meadow Grasshopper (Chorthippus curtipennis). I have seen many…"
Jul 28, 2015
Ken MacIntosh replied to Anne Marsch's discussion RED GRASSHOPPER in the group Maritime Grasshopper Group
"Hi Anne, Denis will notice this some day and give you a sensible answer. Meanwhile, I would suggest it's a nymph (short wings) and "it's a boy"! More than that I can't say from that angle, although I would guess it might be…"
Jul 28, 2015
Anne Marsch liked Stuart Tingley's discussion Orthonama evansi 216775 / 7415 at Cormierville (Cocagne) on July 15 - possibly new for NB?
Jul 23, 2015
Anne Marsch replied to Stuart Tingley's discussion July 1st Butterflies in Kent & Westmorland Cos. including Two-spotted Skipper in the group Butterflying for Birders
"Thanks for the 2 spotted info. July 7th we could not find it. No Silvery Checkerspots anywhere. After the branches across log road, and down the hill to a puddle there were at least 30 Harris Checkerspots and N. Crescents, with more crescents than…"
Jul 8, 2015
Anne Marsch liked Denis A. Doucet's discussion A Good Syrphing Day, or "Syrph's UP!" at Fundy National Park- some highlights
Jul 8, 2015
Denis A. Doucet liked Anne Marsch's discussion RED GRASSHOPPER
Jul 7, 2015
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RED GRASSHOPPER

This is a first for me . Found on Garland Rd. off Victoria Road north of Moncton. July 7,2015. i.d. appreciated.See More
Jul 7, 2015
Anne Marsch replied to Stuart Tingley's discussion July 1st Butterflies in Kent & Westmorland Cos. including Two-spotted Skipper in the group Butterflying for Birders
"Fantastic day for you guys, Wow. Glad to hear 2 spotted was seen although in different area. I was at regenerating road on the 3rd and no Silvery Checkerspots seen but it was extremely windy. "
Jul 6, 2015
Imelda Wilmot liked Anne Marsch's discussion SILVERY CHECKERSPOT
Jun 30, 2015
Gail Taylor replied to Anne Marsch's discussion SILVERY CHECKERSPOT in the group Butterflying for Birders
"A beauty Anne.  Looking forward to my first sighting :)"
Jun 30, 2015
Gail Taylor liked Anne Marsch's discussion SILVERY CHECKERSPOT
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Jimmy Dee replied to Anne Marsch's discussion SILVERY CHECKERSPOT in the group Butterflying for Birders
"Nice sightings Anne! You know me ... jealous as ever! :)"
Jun 30, 2015
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At 9:34am on March 18, 2014, Andrew Olive said…

No Anne, I believe it was suppost to portrait the Kennebecasis river.  But the scene would fit almost anywhere

At 8:19pm on March 16, 2014, Bev Christie said…

Thanks!!  It may take me ages before I can actually find a place that will show the paintings, but I wanted to make sure I had your permission to use your name in my applications when I describe the paintings.

At 3:55pm on March 16, 2014, Bev Christie said…

Anne, I plan to apply to have some of my paintings in various exhibitions.  Shall I include your name as the original photographer of the Blue Heron I did the painting of when I write up the description?

At 1:10pm on February 2, 2014, JOE BRENNAN said…

THANKS FOR THE NAME OF MY PIX.TODAY ---AMERICAN COOT CHEERS

At 3:33pm on November 12, 2013, Imelda Wilmot said…

Thanks Anne !

At 4:10pm on August 1, 2012, Monica Brewer said…

Thank you!

At 3:10pm on May 9, 2012, Glenn Pinsent said…

Thanks Anne .

At 12:04pm on April 22, 2011, Denis A. Doucet said…

Thanks Anne,

Those are indeed things I find most interesting! I will check the info and pics out as soon as I get enough work done for my job (with flexible hours, thank goodness) on this beautiful day so I can go back OUTSIDE. Cheers!

At 2:55pm on March 22, 2011, Ben Phillips said…
The river banks underwent a lot of slumping type erosion last summer before they froze up for the winter.  Based on my frequent observations, the width of the river between the bridge and the causeway grew by about 50% last season.  At the same time, much of that sediment seems to be depositing above the causeway in the old lake bed.  The ice blocks were likely floated off the marshes and mudflats by the extremely high tide and then flushed back up stream to be redeposited.  It is amazing how powerful the tidal bore is and how fast the water rushes in behind the leading wave.  I always find the tide comes up so fast after the bore passes.
 
 
 

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