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Two Mute Swans on Bell Marsh in Moncton.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Eric Johnsen May 25. 17 Replies

I think these are Mute Swans. The picture is a bit far back- hopefully clear enough to identify.Continue

Yellow-headed Blackbird

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joanne Savage May 25, 2016. 8 Replies

New face to the feeder this morning. He stayed much of the day. Very smart looking bird. Ran out of deluxe seed keeping him happy.…Continue

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Large flocks of crows in Moncton

Started this discussion. Last reply by Karen Walker Feb 21, 2016. 4 Replies

It seems the sky has blacken with crows around Moncton today. One extreme flock was near Millennium Blvd.  Has anyone else seen them? or know where they are amassing?Continue

Sora Rail

Started this discussion. Last reply by Karen Walker Oct 21, 2015. 10 Replies

I understand that Sora Rails are abundant in the Maritimes, but not often seen. I believe this is a juvenile, I apologize that I only had my cell phone with me. This picture was taken at Bell Marsh…Continue

Tags: Juvenile, Rail, Sora

 

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Jun 10
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Pair of Bobolinks on Bell (Wilson) Marsh, Moncton

I guess Bobolinks aren't rare, but they are new to us. They have been here a few weeks, but couldn't get a photo of them to identify, until today.See More
Jun 10
Eric Johnsen replied to Karen Walker's discussion Two Mute Swans on Bell Marsh in Moncton.
"Yup, fake.  Driving by at dusk, I was fooled. "
May 25
Eric Johnsen replied to Karen Walker's discussion Two Mute Swans on Bell Marsh in Moncton.
"Or someone told me they could be fake. LOL It was dusk when In saw them.  I'll try to verify."
May 25
Karen Walker replied to Karen Walker's discussion Two Mute Swans on Bell Marsh in Moncton.
"The baby goose count went form 3 to 22 overnight. Just a little delayed this year."
May 25
Karen Walker replied to Karen Walker's discussion Two Mute Swans on Bell Marsh in Moncton.
"Maybe the same pair, they were headed west when they left."
May 25
Eric Johnsen replied to Karen Walker's discussion Two Mute Swans on Bell Marsh in Moncton.
"Pair of Mute Swans in the roadside pond as you enter New Maryland from Fredericton at 9:20 pm. May 24, 2018 Didn't have a camera with me."
May 25
Karen Walker replied to Karen Walker's discussion Two Mute Swans on Bell Marsh in Moncton.
"Thanks Gail, I'm glad I went a second time to the backyard to get a few more pictures- as they lifted off just at that moment. (and haven't seen them since) They were shockingly big!"
May 24
Gail Taylor replied to Karen Walker's discussion Two Mute Swans on Bell Marsh in Moncton.
"Lovely image Karen~"
May 24
Karen Walker replied to Karen Walker's discussion Two Mute Swans on Bell Marsh in Moncton.
"We did not see them at lunch or supper walk yesterday - and they are not here this morning. We were just so lucky we got up early yesterday. They were there from 6:30am to about 8:30am. If we sight them again, I will be sure to post it. The wetlands…"
May 24
Joanne Savage replied to Karen Walker's discussion Two Mute Swans on Bell Marsh in Moncton.
"Asking for a friend: are the Mute Swans are still in the Moncton area, Karen?"
May 23
Karen Walker replied to Karen Walker's discussion Two Mute Swans on Bell Marsh in Moncton.
May 23
Karen Walker replied to Karen Walker's discussion Two Mute Swans on Bell Marsh in Moncton.
"That's exactly what my husband suspected too. I wish I had gotten closer for some of these images."
May 23
Eric Johnsen replied to Karen Walker's discussion Two Mute Swans on Bell Marsh in Moncton.
"Is the pair still around Saint John?  Plus one seen in St Andrews.  Could there have been an escape?"
May 23
Karen Walker replied to Karen Walker's discussion Two Mute Swans on Bell Marsh in Moncton.
"I live in Moncton, out Salisbury Road about 4kms from the causeway. The marsh is also referred to as Wilson's Marsh. If you turn left onto Dutchill Drive (Rice Contracting on the corner) and drive to the bottom, there is a place to park and…"
May 23
Karen Walker replied to Karen Walker's discussion Two Mute Swans on Bell Marsh in Moncton.
"They lifted off, heading west- but not sure how far- taking a walk at lunch to see."
May 23

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Pair of Bobolinks on Bell (Wilson) Marsh, Moncton

Posted on June 10, 2018 at 8:23am 0 Comments

I guess Bobolinks aren't rare, but they are new to us. They have been here a few weeks, but couldn't get a photo of them to identify, until…

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At 4:29pm on October 19, 2015, David g Miller said…
Karen welcome to BirdingNB and the Sora may be common but unique none the less. I guess when a person gets hooked on birding they are all unique. For instance the intelligence of Crows is astounding.
 
 
 

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