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Redhead Duck

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joanne Savage Apr 1. 3 Replies

Ian Stead called earlier today to report seeing a Redhead Duck in Lancaster lagoon, Saint John. He asked me to post the message.Continue

Ten Best Birds of 2017

Started this discussion. Last reply by Karen Miller Jan 1. 5 Replies

Here are the Ten Best Birds of 2017 as compiled by the NB Bird Records Committee.Common Shelduck,Brown Pelican,Ancient Murrelet,Burrowing Owl,Bridled Tern,LeConte's Sparrow,Black-throated Gray…Continue

The 10 Best Birds in NB 2017

Started Dec 26, 2017 0 Replies

Each year, our Bird Records Committee identify the most exciting birds that visited our province during the year. This list is published in the Telegraph Journal on the last Saturday prior to January…Continue

NB Winter Bird List 2017-18

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joanne Savage Jan 31. 25 Replies

Our Winter Bird Count starts on Dec 1st each year and ends on the last day in February.This year we are at a record number of species at present.There is a link on this site on the left side of main…Continue

 

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Joanne Savage replied to Tony's discussion April 24 & 25 2018 Fredericton in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"My trap is ready to go but I don't put it out in the rain. At bait this evening, I had 1 Mythimna unipuncta. Temp here decent but raining and breezy."
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Bruant des champs,Fild Sparrow, vu a Maltempec N.B. le 25 Avril 2018.

"This bird looks more like American Tree Sparrow than Field Sparrow. I see eye-arcs rather than a full eye-ring, bill has black on upper part rather than all pink... other differences as well, including colour on the flanks. Field Sparrow has a very…"
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Joanne Savage replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion Black-Lined Acleris, Acleris nigrolinea - Hodges#3556 April 23, 2016 Quarryville in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"I'll certainly echo Nancy's words!"
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Joanne Savage replied to Tony's discussion April 24 & 25 2018 Fredericton in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Nice lineup!"
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"Oh WOW! Nature's food chain of the bird world displayed so very well! Well done, Todd!!"
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Joanne Savage replied to Rod Lutes's discussion Hepatica nobilis in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Raked my Deer ravaged front 'garden', [ie not much left except for some shrubs], earlier today. Noted one small Bethlehem Sage [Pulmonaria saccharata] was in bloom."
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Joanne Savage replied to Tony's discussion Acleris hastiana, Quispamsis in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"That id was by genitalia, Tony. Acleris ARE very tricky!!!"
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Joanne Savage replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Vertical Diving Beetle [Dytiscus verticalis] April 23/18 in the group Beetles of the Maritimes
"Thanks, Nancy!"
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At 6:28pm on January 6, 2018, Glendon Baxterr said…

Sure, would welcome the visitors.... bird is usually at the feeder three times a day, around nine in the morning, sometimes around noon and mostly mid to late afternoon. Glen 

At 10:45pm on October 17, 2017, Laurie Grattan said…

I think its pretty neat my self thanks Joanne

At 8:04pm on October 14, 2017, Laurie Grattan said…

Thank for having me has a friend.

At 7:56pm on October 14, 2017, Laurie Grattan said…

I really don t know what to say but thanks

At 7:24pm on October 14, 2017, Laurie Grattan said…

I accept

At 8:11pm on October 12, 2017, Laurie Grattan said…

I have a hard time under standing computers if your asking me to be your friend yes I would like to be your friend.

At 8:09pm on October 11, 2017, Laurie Grattan said…

Hi made from a large flower pot a funnel to get at the moths lift the top off same time cover with net.

At 5:22pm on April 17, 2017, Mark Macaulay said…

Thanks for the explanation, Joanne.  :-)

At 3:41pm on April 17, 2017, Mark Macaulay said…

Thanks, Joanne!

At 9:37pm on February 21, 2017, Corvus corax said…

Thanks for the welcome Joanne!

 
 
 

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