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Western Kingbird at Cape Spear and other rarities

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stuart Tingley Nov 15. 12 Replies

After Gary Dupuis posted a picture of a Tropical Kingbird on November 11th, 2017, which he had seen in Cape Tourmentine on November 9th, several birders flocked to the area to try to locate the…Continue

Grand Manan - October 26th, 2017, rainstorm fallout.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stuart Tingley Nov 6. 9 Replies

Some amazing rarities were to be seen on Grand Manan after the October 26th rainstorm:Hooded Warbler - male:…Continue

Purple Gallinule in Bathurst

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew Olive Nov 5. 3 Replies

Janet Doucet found a Purple Gallinule at the water reservoir facilities off Golf Street in Bathurst on November 2nd, 2017.  The bird was present yesterday and again today, November 4th.  It was…Continue

Greater White-fronted Goose

Started this discussion. Last reply by Carmella Melanson Oct 27. 9 Replies

Greater White-fronted Goose found this morning with a large group of Canada Geese at the Shediac Big Lobster Park.  Found during the Ami.e.s de la Nature du Sud-Est's weekly outing.…Continue

 

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Carmella Melanson replied to Deana Gadd's discussion Mistle Thrush
"This thrush couldn't have picked a better place... lots of food and birders get to see it well from the street at a respectful distance without disturbing it or the neighbours, quite neighbourhood with plenty of places to safely park cars, AND…"
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Stuart Tingley replied to Carmella Melanson's discussion Western Kingbird at Cape Spear and other rarities
"Great photo, Carmella! Thanks for the updates."
Nov 15
Joanne Savage replied to Carmella Melanson's discussion Western Kingbird at Cape Spear and other rarities
"Excellent image of OCWA, Carmella! "
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Carmella Melanson replied to Carmella Melanson's discussion Western Kingbird at Cape Spear and other rarities
"Thanks Gail!  :-)"
Nov 15
Carmella Melanson replied to Carmella Melanson's discussion Western Kingbird at Cape Spear and other rarities
"Thanks Stu!  Yesterday (Tuesday the 14th), we saw the Summer Tanager, Yellow-throated Warbler and the Western Kingbird.  Today (Wednesday the 15th), we saw the Summer Tanager but not the YTWA or the WEKI.  Today we also saw the…"
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Peter Nowlan liked Carmella Melanson's discussion Western Kingbird at Cape Spear and other rarities
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Gail Taylor replied to Carmella Melanson's discussion Western Kingbird at Cape Spear and other rarities
"Spectacular images Carmella as always.  Wonderful writeup as well."
Nov 15
Stuart Tingley replied to Carmella Melanson's discussion Western Kingbird at Cape Spear and other rarities
"Great photos, Carmella, and an excellent summary of the exciting birding at Cape Tormentine / Cape Spear in recent days. "
Nov 14
Carmella Melanson replied to Carmella Melanson's discussion Western Kingbird at Cape Spear and other rarities
"Thanks Gary."
Nov 14
Gary Dupuis replied to Carmella Melanson's discussion Western Kingbird at Cape Spear and other rarities
"Wow, great shots and summary Carmella!"
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Carmella Melanson replied to Carmella Melanson's discussion Western Kingbird at Cape Spear and other rarities
"You're welcome Andrew!  One birder there today got 3 or 4 lifers!  It was nice to see some of these birds still finding food around houses, despite the recent cold weather.  We had ice here as well in the last couple of days,…"
Nov 14

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At 10:46pm on June 11, 2016, Karen Miller said…
Thank you Carmella for the tip on the Mourning warbler. Joanne and I were able to see it today on Middlesex just where you did.
At 8:03am on October 16, 2015, Gary Dupuis said…

Thanks Carmella. The Black-backed was photographed off Taylor Rd 100m past the stream where the bridge is out (coming from rte 112). There is an stream to cross with 8 in of water and slope to go down and up. Went several times after the sighting with no sign of this woodpecker. Good luck.

At 7:49am on October 15, 2015, David g Miller said…
Carmella the best places that I know of are on the Taylor Road. Go past the Irving Big Stop after you turn off the T.C.H. Go to the Old Homestead Road and go straight across it and you will be on the 112. Turn right at the very next road turn sharp right that will lead you to a gravel road from there go until you come to a bridge continue on staying right for about 2 kilometres you will have Black Spruce on both sides of the road, that is a good spot. Between 8 and 10 would be a good time. Another spot is continue on until you get the second road to your left and as soon as you turn to the left go until you have thick Jack Pine on both sides of the road. Travel slow and do return trips on both places and you will stand a good chance of seeing Spruce Grouse. You can also call my cell 2322377 and Bonnie and I may be available to show you where we find them.
At 10:50pm on June 3, 2015, Gilles S Landry said…

Oui Carmella, Le bruant a encore été vu ce matin a la meme place. 

sur la rue de la gare a coté du jardin communautaire.

At 9:24pm on February 27, 2014, David g Miller said…
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