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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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Danny O'Shea replied to Danny O'Shea's discussion New Lep publication at Pensoft in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"With all the new moth finds by some members of this group, I wouldn't be surprised if it is already "out of date". :-)"
Feb 5
Joanne Savage liked Danny O'Shea's discussion New Lep publication at Pensoft
Feb 5
Laurie Grattan liked Danny O'Shea's discussion New Lep publication at Pensoft
Feb 5
Jimmy Dee replied to Danny O'Shea's discussion New Lep publication at Pensoft in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Ditto what Stu said ... nice resource. Thanks Danny."
Feb 5
Stuart Tingley replied to Danny O'Shea's discussion New Lep publication at Pensoft in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"A great resource. Thanks for posting, Danny!"
Feb 4
Danny O'Shea added a discussion to the group Moths of New Brunswick
Feb 4
Danny O'Shea commented on Laurie Grattan's photo
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"Nice shot Laurie; have never seen them eating berries in my yard."
Feb 1
Danny O'Shea replied to Jimmy Dee's discussion Springtail - Jan 29 2018 in the group The "Everything Else" Group
"You get an A for effort in finding bugs in January JD.  Saw some winter crane flies on the wing yesterday."
Jan 29
Danny O'Shea replied to Stuart Tingley's discussion Distinctive salt marsh stink bug (PENTATOMIDAE) - Chlorochroa saucia - at Petit-Cap, NB, on Aug. 14, 2012 in the group Beetles of the Maritimes
"Neat stuff Stu.  You might want to spend some more time in those marshes this summer!"
Jan 26
Danny O'Shea replied to Chris Adam's discussion Alder leaftier - Caloptilia alnivorella in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Way to go Chris !"
Dec 11, 2017
Danny O'Shea liked Chris Adam's discussion Alder leaftier - Caloptilia alnivorella
Dec 11, 2017
Danny O'Shea replied to RALPH ELDRIDGE's discussion RELIGIOUS WOODPECKER
"Has to be the Pileated woodpecker - It makes many large holes in trees, thereby making it the holiest :-)"
Dec 6, 2017
Danny O'Shea replied to Stuart Tingley's discussion Birds of NB: An Annotated List (book) available by mail
"Thanks for this Stu.  Letter will be mailed tomorrow."
Nov 30, 2017
Danny O'Shea replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Celery Leaftier [Udea rubigalis] 5079 Nov. 25/17 Quispamsis to front light in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Nice Joanne, not seeing anything flying here but winter craneflies.  I have even been able to leave out my feeder this past week without interference from raccoons."
Nov 29, 2017
Danny O'Shea liked Jimmy Dee's discussion Autumn Meadowhawk - Nov 9, 2017
Nov 10, 2017
Danny O'Shea replied to Joanne Savage's discussion I believe this is Twice-stabbed Lady Beetle [Chilocorus stigma] Nov. 8/17 on rail of back deck in the group Beetles of the Maritimes
"Sure looks like one Joanne.  This species is out very early in the spring - late April early May, depending on the year.  I don't recall ever seeing one this late in the season."
Nov 8, 2017

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