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Red-shouldered hawks from uncommon to common

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joanne Savage Mar 2, 2015. 12 Replies

Hi,After a discussion with Dwayne, I realized it could be a good idea to post this discussion here.We have been living in NB for about three years and we haven't seen a single Red-shouldered hawk…Continue

Finding Owls: Where to go?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joanne Savage Feb 18, 2014. 7 Replies

Hi everyone,I don't know if there has been a post on this subject in the past. I am probably not the only one to be interested in this topic. Besides a Snowy Owl, I have never seen an owl since I…Continue

Bald Eagle nest on a NB power pylon

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dwayne Biggar Mar 18, 2013. 6 Replies

We have found a Bald Eagle nest…Continue

Eagle Watch Nova Scotia 2013

Started Feb 3, 2013 0 Replies

For those interested, here is the link to our album for the Eagle Watch 2013 in NS.http://www.flickr.com/photos/charles_agatheComments are…Continue

 

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Joanne Savage replied to Charles et Agathe's discussion Red-shouldered hawks from uncommon to common
"Nice job Dwayne; thanks."
Mar 2, 2015
Gail Taylor replied to Charles et Agathe's discussion Red-shouldered hawks from uncommon to common
"Nice Dwayne.  Its head was a little too dark but I love that you can see the red underside.  Is this the only hawk that shows red other than the typical white and dark browns?"
Mar 2, 2015
Joanne Savage replied to Charles et Agathe's discussion Red-shouldered hawks from uncommon to common
"Your photo certainly does show id points of the species well. I do have adult RSHA on my NB list. Simply was in the right spot at the right time. My second sighting was during the fall migration, I had an immature fly low…"
Mar 2, 2015
Dwayne Biggar replied to Charles et Agathe's discussion Red-shouldered hawks from uncommon to common
"I tried my program to lighten the photo a bit, see what you think.  "
Mar 2, 2015
Gail Taylor replied to Charles et Agathe's discussion Red-shouldered hawks from uncommon to common
"Awesome Charles.  Great to see the underside with the red shoulder.  I'm envious!"
Mar 2, 2015
Charles et Agathe replied to Charles et Agathe's discussion Red-shouldered hawks from uncommon to common
"Here is another one we took last week. I like it because we can see many features of the Red-shouldered hawk in the same image."
Mar 1, 2015
Charles et Agathe liked Gary Dupuis's photo
Mar 1, 2015
Gail Taylor replied to Charles et Agathe's discussion Red-shouldered hawks from uncommon to common
"Beauties all hawks are in my books!  Thanks for sharing your photos.  I wish I could see more than I do.  Have seen only 1 redtail hawk in the wild."
Feb 23, 2015
Gail Taylor liked Charles et Agathe's discussion Red-shouldered hawks from uncommon to common
Feb 23, 2015
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Feb 22, 2015
Charles et Agathe liked Gary Dupuis's photo
Feb 22, 2015
Joanne Savage liked Charles et Agathe's discussion Red-shouldered hawks from uncommon to common
Feb 22, 2015
Charles et Agathe replied to Charles et Agathe's discussion Red-shouldered hawks from uncommon to common
"Thank you all for the comments. It's true that it's easy to mix up Red-shouldered with another specie. For the picture of the immature hawk above, it was possible to confirm its id because of the other picture of the bird in flight (that…"
Feb 22, 2015
Denis A. Doucet replied to Charles et Agathe's discussion Red-shouldered hawks from uncommon to common
"Dwayne, I am sure you are right that there are considerably more RSHA in NB than are reported. However, as the climate warms, they may not increase as quickly as they could in the absence of habitat alteration that is happening on a large scale in…"
Feb 22, 2015
Dwayne Biggar replied to Charles et Agathe's discussion Red-shouldered hawks from uncommon to common
"I've posted this link before but there's a lot of new members.  I remember years ago...I heard the story while watching the Great Gray Owl in Hopewell Cape so, 1994-95ish.  It was before NatureNB listserv.  A Red-shouldered…"
Feb 22, 2015
Dwayne Biggar replied to Charles et Agathe's discussion Red-shouldered hawks from uncommon to common
"I wonder if we don't get more Red-shouldered in NB then we think, almost every one that was posted on this site was initially ID'ed as something else, then folks noticed Red-shouldered characteristics.  Charles sent me a flight shot…"
Feb 22, 2015

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