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Indigo Bunting livens up survey

Started this discussion. Last reply by Todd Watts Jun 29, 2016. 4 Replies

I had Indigo Buntings visit my feeders a few times when I lived on the Fundy coast in the 1990s, but have never come across one in a natural setting. I heard one singing today, while I was midway…Continue

Tags: Northumberland, male, singing, Bunting, Indigo

Hairy vs. Downy

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gerry Mazerolle Apr 16, 2015. 2 Replies

I dredged up a photo from my archives to illustrate our most common woodpeckers to a friend. Thought this might be helpful for the perennial question, "How do you distinguish between Hairy and Downy…Continue

First bird of 2015

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joanne Savage Jan 1, 2015. 2 Replies

I may have made a few enhancements, but I'm sure it looked like this...…Continue

An ornament for your car antenna

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ken MacIntosh Jun 9, 2013. 2 Replies

You know how some people have cowboy hats and such things on their car antenna? In my day, it was tiger tails, and A&W balls, but anyway.I parked my car close to the house for unloading some…Continue

 

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Ken MacIntosh replied to Ken MacIntosh's discussion ID help requested (answered: Glaux maritima) in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"There is also lots of this starry false Solomon's seal, which is maybe associated with the habitat Denis and Stuart describe, so I suppose there is something of a transition zone or blended habitat."
Jun 26
Ken MacIntosh replied to Ken MacIntosh's discussion ID help requested (answered: Glaux maritima) in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"I suppose it is a bit of a mixed bag. There is certainly sphagnum substrate, and it is adjacent to a sandy beach on the sea-shore. Other species include Kalmia, Rhodora, crowberry, bakeapple, labrador tea. It is said to have grass pink and arethusa…"
Jun 26
Stuart Tingley replied to Ken MacIntosh's discussion ID help requested (answered: Glaux maritima) in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Like Denis, I find it abundant on some local salt marsh / sand dune complexes along the coast here in s.e. NB but I've never seen it in any other habitat. Very popular with pollinators. "
Jun 26
Ken MacIntosh replied to Ken MacIntosh's discussion ID help requested (answered: Glaux maritima) in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Beautiful it is. :-)"
Jun 26
Denis A. Doucet replied to Ken MacIntosh's discussion ID help requested (answered: Glaux maritima) in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Interesting to find it in a sphagnum bog. I generally find it in a salt marsh or a dune/saltmarsh interface on a sandspit."
Jun 26
Joanne Savage replied to Ken MacIntosh's discussion ID help requested (answered: Glaux maritima) in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Beautiful!! I've not ever seen it."
Jun 26
Joanne Savage liked Ken MacIntosh's discussion ID help requested (answered: Glaux maritima)
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Ken MacIntosh replied to Ken MacIntosh's discussion ID help requested in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Works for me. Thanks!"
Jun 26
Denis A. Doucet liked Ken MacIntosh's discussion ID help requested
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Denis A. Doucet replied to Ken MacIntosh's discussion ID help requested in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Looks like Glaux maritima?"
Jun 26
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Who recognizes this plant found in a fairly dry sphagnum bog in PEI?See More
Jun 26
Denis A. Doucet liked Ken MacIntosh's discussion Acanthepeira stellata
Aug 6, 2017
Ken MacIntosh replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion Hunch- Backed Bee Fly Lepidophora lutea Aug. 13, 2015 off Hwy 8, Upper Derby in the group Maritime Flies (Diptera)
"And one more record, Aug 17, 2016, near Blackville."
Aug 27, 2016
Ken MacIntosh replied to Ken MacIntosh's discussion Handedness of Spiranthes orchids in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Thanks J."
Aug 15, 2016
Ken MacIntosh replied to Ken MacIntosh's discussion Handedness of Spiranthes orchids in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Great, thanks Denis. I'll be interested to hear what you discover."
Aug 15, 2016
Denis A. Doucet replied to Ken MacIntosh's discussion Handedness of Spiranthes orchids in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"This is such an interesting post! Many thanks for sharing, Ken! This summer I am guiding a walk on orchids and ferns and this info is very timely, as we are just entering the Spiranthes season. Neil Vinson (our resident botanist on the resource…"
Aug 7, 2016

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At 7:58am on June 11, 2014, Nancy Mullin said…

Hi Ken...your pictures are gorgeous...I  wondered if you belonged to this website!  I see a lot of your photos on your Blackville FB page.  I'm just a new member here and have learned a lot about birds in a short time.  Also enjoy your concerts in Blackville...lol

At 9:00am on August 21, 2013, Koren Kassirer said…

Beautiful pics Ken!  Lost your business card.  Please email me. I have some pictures for you. - Koren

 
 
 

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