Rebecca Goreham
  • St. Andrews NB
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Jul 6
Rebecca Goreham replied to Jim Wilson's discussion More Information on Mascarene Caracara
"It's not an area I'm terribly familiar with, but it was on the 785. I had no phone reception and my gps wasn't working. If you hit the Red Rock road you've gone too far. I pulled over down the road a bit and waited a couple of…"
Jul 1
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Jun 30
Rebecca Goreham replied to Paul & Kitty Martin's discussion So I'm guessing it wasn't a hoax......
"Not offended. :)"
Jun 30
Rebecca Goreham liked Jim Wilson's discussion More Information on Mascarene Caracara
Jun 30
Rebecca Goreham replied to Jim Wilson's discussion More Information on Mascarene Caracara
"I saw it, although briefly, feeding on a porcupine on the road in Lake Utopia yesterday evening. It was gone before I could even stop, so I don't have a photo."
Jun 30
Rebecca Goreham replied to Paul & Kitty Martin's discussion So I'm guessing it wasn't a hoax......
"I'm not sure if this is directed at me, or if I missed something. I didn't say it was a hoax, but I don't regret pointing out that it wasn't his photo - a lot of people were under the impression that there was photographic…"
Jun 29
Rebecca Goreham updated their profile
Jun 22
Rebecca Goreham joined Jeff Clements's group
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Marine Fauna for Birders

A group to discuss any marine organisms (fish, shellfish,seaweeds and algae, etc.) you may come across on coastal outings. (Photo credit: J. Clements - Common periwinkle (Littorina littorea) - Irving Nature Park, Saint John, NB)See More
Apr 17
Rebecca Goreham joined Denis A. Doucet's group
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Mayflies, Stoneflies and Caddisflies of the Maritimes

Éphémères (Mannes), Plécoptères et Trichoptères (Phryganes) des Maritimes.This is a group for sharing sightings, discussions and images of these three soft bodied, aquatic insect orders of which there are over 500 species in the Maritimes. As in all groups, please add date and location data for each of your images and sightings.See More
Apr 17
Rebecca Goreham joined Denis A. Doucet's group
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The "Everything Else" Group

A place to discuss (or at least park) all other insect orders (and insect-like critters) not currently covered by a discussion group.This would include Collembola (Springtails), Bristletails (order Microcoryphia), Silverfish (Order Zygentoma), Bark lice and Book Lice (Order Psocoptera), Megaloptera (Alder Flies and Fish Flies), Neuroptera and allies (Lacewings, etc), Mecoptera (Scorpionflies) and Siphonaptera (Fleas), but also Centipedes and Millipedes and a few more I am not thinking about.See More
Apr 17
Rebecca Goreham replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Spring Peepers April 12/17 Quispamsis in the group VERTEBRATES - other than birds
"They were out tonight in St. Andrews as well! Yay! "
Apr 13
Rebecca Goreham joined Tony Thomas's group
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VERTEBRATES - other than birds

A group all about the smaller often neglected species of New Brunswick, so post your images here and we'll get something going. Location: Fredericton, NBSee More
Apr 13
Rebecca Goreham joined Tony Thomas's group
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New Brunswick Spiders

There are enough species (too many!) that spiders deserve their own group. Hopefully we will be able to ID most but at least they will all be in one place.See More
Apr 13
Rebecca Goreham joined Chris Adam's group
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Moths of New Brunswick

A group all about the moths of New Brunswick, and also the Maritimes. The variety of these night-flying (and sometimes day-flying) creatures is astounding, so post your images here and we'll get something going.See More
Aug 1, 2012
Rebecca Goreham joined Denis A. Doucet's group
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Dragonflying for Birders

A group for discussing all things related to Odonata (Dragonflies and Damselflies) of New Brunswick and the wider region, including ID, Q and A, natural history, photography, etc. As things are winding down for the season but folks are still engaged in learning about insects, I thought it…See More
Aug 3, 2011

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