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Woodpecker Question

Started this discussion. Last reply by RALPH ELDRIDGE May 12. 2 Replies

Just saw two small black and white woodpeckers - about the size of Downy Woodpecker.  Wondering what kind they are.Is it possible that the black and white woodpeckers are Red-cockaded woodpeckers?…Continue

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Two Bald Head Eagles on Ammon Rd.

Started Feb 12 0 Replies

For those interested there are two Bald Head Eagles on Ammon Road that are feasting in a field.Location is between McLaughlin Road and 359 Ammon Road. They are in a field on the south side of the…Continue

Tags: AmmonRd., on, Eagles, 2

A flock of birds eating on Silver Birch tree.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Marilyn Guisset Jan 7. 2 Replies

Hopefully this is a simple question as I would like to ask what bird species in a flock feeding in a Silver Birch tree. They do have a white and black markings on the wings (and think they may have…Continue

Tags: Birch, Silver, from, Food

Sandpipers in the City?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Marilyn Guisset Sep 1, 2016. 2 Replies

Is it possible that I just saw two sandpipers just off Mountain Road in the City of Moncton? Their long legs were obvious. It is not the first year that such an event occurred.  Just not sure about…Continue

Tags: Shorebirds, City

 

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RALPH ELDRIDGE replied to Marilyn Guisset's discussion Woodpecker Question
"My bet would be that you nailed it with Downy Woodpeckers. Red-cockaded Woodpeckers are "rare and very local", with a very restricted range and habitat far from here. It would be exceptional to get one mega-rarity but two would be…"
May 12
Joanne Savage replied to Marilyn Guisset's discussion Woodpecker Question
"Male Downy and Hairy [a larger Woodpecker similar to Downy] Woodpeckers have red on the back of their heads, females do not have any red. We don't have Red-cockaded Woodpeckers in NB."
May 12
Marilyn Guisset posted a discussion

Woodpecker Question

Just saw two small black and white woodpeckers - about the size of Downy Woodpecker.  Wondering what kind they are.Is it possible that the black and white woodpeckers are Red-cockaded woodpeckers? (Not sure why the red in in the title as the picture in the bird book lacks red).  However, the picture is the closest to the woodpeckers seen.  (Next, I will take a photo of them.)See More
May 12
Marilyn Guisset replied to Ted Clement's discussion Some new arrivals
"Four or five tree swallows arrived today 30th April 2017. "
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BARRED OWL

"Impressive! Congratulations."
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Two Bald Head Eagles on Ammon Rd.

For those interested there are two Bald Head Eagles on Ammon Road that are feasting in a field.Location is between McLaughlin Road and 359 Ammon Road. They are in a field on the south side of the road (lower level).See More
Feb 12
Marilyn Guisset replied to Marilyn Guisset's discussion A flock of birds eating on Silver Birch tree.
"Hi Denis, thank you for the information. The photo you took is very nice, congratulations. Marilyn G."
Jan 7
Denis A. Doucet replied to Marilyn Guisset's discussion A flock of birds eating on Silver Birch tree.
"Hi Marilyn, These are American Goldfinches in winter plumage. Here is a closeup of one I took a few winters ago for comparison:"
Jan 7
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A flock of birds eating on Silver Birch tree.

Hopefully this is a simple question as I would like to ask what bird species in a flock feeding in a Silver Birch tree. They do have a white and black markings on the wings (and think they may have yellow on their body). They are frightened of a young Blue Jay.See More
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Moth(?) in Autumn Crocus

"Very nice photo, Marilyn. This is a Common Looper Moth, a rather common species here in NB and found throughout eastern North America. They often appear at our lights at night but late in the season they are quite commonly seen during the daytime…"
Oct 6, 2016

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