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Black-and-White Warbler

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joanne Savage Aug 21, 2017. 3 Replies

Maybe it's just me, but there seem to be quite a few of these around this year.  Usually I only spot a couple each year in my yard, but I am seeing them much more frequently and in other locations. …Continue

Hummer - No Pic

Started May 5, 2017 0 Replies

First hummingbird that I know of in my area.Have not seen one here in Fredericton yet, but just received a photo from a friend of one taken at their feeder in Island View today.Continue

Partially Leucistic Birds. Fredericton, Nov 6, 2016

Started this discussion. Last reply by Danny O'Shea Nov 8, 2016. 4 Replies

These two have been around our yard for the past week or so. The junco comes to the feeder, so not too difficult to photograph through the window.  It sports a white collar and four white dots on the…Continue

Unexpected....No picture. Fredericton, Sept. 5, 2016

Started Sep 5, 2016 0 Replies

I haven't been able to get out much lately, but today I went for a quick walk about just behind the HJ Flemming Forestry Complex.  I heard some noise in the woods and some yips, and thought someone's…Continue

 

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Latest Activity

Danny O'Shea replied to Jimmy Dee's discussion Henry's Elfin (Callophrys henrici) in the group Butterflies of the Maritimes
"Congrats JD.  You had quite a day of findings May 21 !"
13 hours ago
Danny O'Shea liked Chris Adam's discussion Phantom Crane Fly
yesterday
Danny O'Shea replied to Chris Adam's discussion Wasps and others on dandelions - 16 species! in the group Ants, Bees and Wasps of the Maritimes (May 2014-present)
"Nice Chris. Both are bees.  First one looks to be yet another Nomada sp.; and the second is probably a species of Lasioglossum."
yesterday
Danny O'Shea liked Chris Adam's discussion Nomada bee - Fredericton
Sunday
Danny O'Shea replied to Jimmy Dee's discussion Two Tiger Beetles in the group Beetles of the Maritimes
"Nice.  I'm not familiar with them, but the friend looks like a velvet mite?"
May 7
Danny O'Shea liked Jimmy Dee's discussion Two Tiger Beetles
May 7
Danny O'Shea replied to Joanne Savage's discussion need ID...know nothing about Bees in the group Ants, Bees and Wasps of the Maritimes (May 2014-present)
"I suspect it is a species of  Andrena.  They are quite active in my yard for the past week."
May 6
Danny O'Shea liked Joanne Savage's discussion need ID...know nothing about Bees
May 6
Danny O'Shea replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Ruby-throated Hummingbird May 6/18
"I had a report of one found in Meductic yesterday, May 5."
May 6
Danny O'Shea liked Jimmy Dee's discussion Cuckoo Bee - Nomada sp.
May 5
Danny O'Shea replied to Jimmy Dee's discussion Cuckoo Bee - Nomada sp. in the group Ants, Bees and Wasps of the Maritimes (May 2014-present)
"Definitely a Nomada sp., JD.  And I agree, very, very hard to take to species level."
May 5
Danny O'Shea liked Chris Adam's discussion Mourning cloak
May 4
Danny O'Shea replied to E's discussion Ocypus nitens (Edit: CONFIRMED) in the group Beetles of the Maritimes
"Confirmed as O. nitens by Adam Brunke Congrats on the new addition."
May 4
Danny O'Shea replied to E's discussion Ocypus nitens (?) in the group Beetles of the Maritimes
"I have several T. melanarius, but cannot see the dentition because the mandibles are tightly closed.  These shots show the mandibles are quite different.  Definitely a stronger case for O. nitens."
May 4
Danny O'Shea replied to E's discussion Ocypus nitens (?) in the group Beetles of the Maritimes
"When I looked at the key earlier, I thought it looked more like T. winkleri than T. melanarius based on the pronotal shape.  The solid red colour of the antennal base in your latest pic would suggest that as well.  But that means the…"
May 3
Danny O'Shea replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Sexton Beetle [Nicrophorus sayi] May 2/18 Quispamsis to outside lights in the group Beetles of the Maritimes
"Nice one Joanne, I'd agree with your ID; the arched hind legs do it."
May 3

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