"Depends on what you think they are. They look like Southern Pygmy Clubtail (Lanthus vernalis) to me based on pattern on the side of the thorax and abdomen and what little I can see of the front of the thorax. A dorsal photo showing the top of the…"
"I agree that this bird does look like a Black-throated Green Warbler but if you have any other photos of the bird showing more of the front, that would be useful as well.
I'm pretty sure there is enough visible to rule out the similar and much…"
I am contacting you in regards to the Golden Eagle sightings in November at the Tantramar Marsh. As part of the Eastern Golden Eagle Working Group and a fieldwork subcontractor for MDIFW, I would be interested to learn more about the GOEA sightings both recent and historic in N.B. I have recently joined Birding New Brunswick to follow sightings over the border. I notice that you post the New Brunswick Winter Bird List, it seemed likely that you might be familiar with the GOEA trends in N.B. I am also contacting Jim Wilson, whose name was passed along to me by Todd Watts, I spent a day at Greenlaw Mt with him last fall. I plan to take a drive up to Tantramar Marsh this winter to view the area, with or without a Golden Eagle! It sounds as though there are consistent records of sightings in the area over the years. If you have a chance, I would be interested in any information that you could convey. Best, Jill Glover Great Pond, Maine
Bonjour Gilles! Thanks for joining both the butterfly and dragonfly groups. This winter will involve a lot of organizing and so on, but I expect some people will share images form this summer, some of which will be useful to the CDC as data, some of which will need some ID. If you have any links, images, questions or otherwise to share, I will be happy to post them on the main page for this group along with everyone else's. Cheers!