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Pheasant all Winter - Coliseum area

Started Apr 18 0 Replies

Hi again.  We had a pheasant coming to my backyard all last Fall and Winter.  Some days he comes by 2-3 times. The last pic is from a week ago.…Continue

Tags: pheasant

Crows en mass - March 24 ca. 6:30pm Coliseum area

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ed Moore Apr 20. 2 Replies

I forgot to mention this in a previous post.  We had a Murder of crows last month and it was so impressive I got some pics.  All in an area of about 150 feet long.…Continue

Tags: crows, of, murder

Sighted this Spring - N. Flicker, Red Polls, Robins, Goldfinches, etc

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gail Taylor Apr 21. 8 Replies

I just moved here last Sept. and have seen many 'new to me' species.  I was in Halifax 25 years and had Waxwings and Jays and Yellow Warblers all the time, but here there are others.  Back in Oct I…Continue

Tags: Robins, Goldfinches, Polls, Red, Flicker

 

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Gail Taylor replied to Ed Moore's discussion Sighted this Spring - N. Flicker, Red Polls, Robins, Goldfinches, etc
"Lovely write-up Ed.  Welcome to the group."
Apr 21
Andrew Olive replied to Ed Moore's discussion Sighted this Spring - N. Flicker, Red Polls, Robins, Goldfinches, etc
"Yea same for the Audubon app, they don't have the sizes of the birds hmmmmm......kind of missed the boat on that aspect in my opinion.  A good field guide such as the Sibley Birds of Eastern North America would help you out a lot. …"
Apr 20
Joanne Savage replied to Ed Moore's discussion Sighted this Spring - N. Flicker, Red Polls, Robins, Goldfinches, etc
"Ed, you can just 'Google' Redpoll, Junco or Pine Siskin... or any bird name you wish. Choose the Cornell site and view the images of each one singley."
Apr 20
Gabriele Pentland liked Ed Moore's discussion Crows en mass - March 24 ca. 6:30pm Coliseum area
Apr 20
RALPH ELDRIDGE replied to Ed Moore's discussion Sighted this Spring - N. Flicker, Red Polls, Robins, Goldfinches, etc
"Junco is certainly a good candidate, Ed, in particular, a male Junco. You would expect some white in the lower belly and vent area but that's not always obvious. Also, if it returns, look for white outer tail feathers, especially when…"
Apr 20
Ed Moore replied to Ed Moore's discussion Crows en mass - March 24 ca. 6:30pm Coliseum area
"Hi Joanne -  Sorry I didn't give more detail.  Maybe they were considering that but had too much traffic.  I live near Killam Rd. in a residential area.  It looks like they were just having a meeting, as they landed over a…"
Apr 20
Ed Moore replied to Ed Moore's discussion Sighted this Spring - N. Flicker, Red Polls, Robins, Goldfinches, etc
"Hi Ralph -  Thanks for the suggestion but I don't think so.   I didn't see any markings at all, just shading top to bottom of dark to light gray. Maybe a Junko? I haven't seen him for a few days, still waiting to get a pic…"
Apr 20
Ed Moore replied to Ed Moore's discussion Sighted this Spring - N. Flicker, Red Polls, Robins, Goldfinches, etc
"Hi Andrew -  so the finches have a more pronounced red-pink over their neck and chest than the redpolls?  I just found them on the Audubon site.  I haven't seen this species when we were in Halifax, so wasn't sure. …"
Apr 20
Joanne Savage replied to Ed Moore's discussion Crows en mass - March 24 ca. 6:30pm Coliseum area
"A night roost?"
Apr 19
Joanne Savage liked Ed Moore's discussion Crows en mass - March 24 ca. 6:30pm Coliseum area
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Joanne Savage liked Ed Moore's discussion Pheasant all Winter - Coliseum area
Apr 19
Laurie Grattan liked Ed Moore's discussion Sighted this Spring - N. Flicker, Red Polls, Robins, Goldfinches, etc
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Joanne Savage liked Ed Moore's discussion Sighted this Spring - N. Flicker, Red Polls, Robins, Goldfinches, etc
Apr 19
RALPH ELDRIDGE replied to Ed Moore's discussion Sighted this Spring - N. Flicker, Red Polls, Robins, Goldfinches, etc
"I wonder if your mystery bird might have been a female Pine Siskin? They can be very nondescript, the size is right, and they feed and associate with Goldfinches and similar species."
Apr 19
Andrew Olive replied to Ed Moore's discussion Sighted this Spring - N. Flicker, Red Polls, Robins, Goldfinches, etc
"Welcome Ed! Hope you will participate often, we all enjoy the pics and write ups.  The only Blackpolls we have are Blackpoll warblers which we can expect later on in may.  You have a couple of house finches in your bottom photo as well if…"
Apr 19
John MacCREADY liked Ed Moore's discussion Pheasant all Winter - Coliseum area
Apr 19

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