Rod Lutes
  • Moncton, New Brunswick
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Northern Flicker, Moncton, NB

Started this discussion. Last reply by Laura Hare Jan 19. 1 Reply

The feeder activity has been very sparse over the last month, but this week I have had a Northern Flicker visiting the seed cake I have hanging on my Crabapple tree.  There is also suet out for it to…Continue

Tree Swallows, April 21, 2016, Moncton, NB

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ted Clement May 9, 2016. 2 Replies

While working in the garden yesterday, I could hear tree swallows overhead.  Within an hour they were checking out the nesting box.  They are probably the same swallows that have nested here the last…Continue

Sharp-shinned Hawk

Started Mar 1, 2016 0 Replies

I have been wondering all winter why I have very few to no birds at my feeders, even the pigeons are scarce.  Yesterday while returning home from some errands, and with my house in plain view, a…Continue

First Female Cardinal

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gail Taylor Dec 3, 2015. 2 Replies

I had my first female Cardinal ever at my feeders this morning.  I took a very poor photo, but you can tell it is a cardinal.  I think the photo is so poor because I was so excited.  I live in…Continue

 

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"I just love these birds.I had one here this winter,I usually only have them in the summer."
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Northern Flicker, Moncton, NB

The feeder activity has been very sparse over the last month, but this week I have had a Northern Flicker visiting the seed cake I have hanging on my Crabapple tree.  There is also suet out for it to feed on but it seems to like the seed cake.  I believe this is a male. It is interesting to see this bird in downtown Moncton as I usually associate Flickers with country roadsides.…See More
Jan 18
Rod Lutes replied to Tom Finck's discussion dwarf morning glory flowers October 27,2017 in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Tom - Beautiful flowers and so late in the season."
Oct 29, 2017
Rod Lutes replied to Charlotte Valliere Hord's discussion My computer reads that Birding New Brunswick's connection is not secure (?) !
"I have had this happen many times over the last few months with both Chrome and Edge on my laptop and PC.  "
Oct 13, 2017
Rod Lutes replied to Tom Finck's discussion white button mushrooms puff ball fungi September 24,2017 in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Tom - you are finding some nice mushrooms, which is surprising since we haven't had much rain."
Sep 25, 2017
Rod Lutes replied to Gabriel Gallant's discussion Leotia lubrica (Green Jelly Babies) in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Great photos and very interesting. "
Sep 23, 2017
Rod Lutes replied to Tom Finck's discussion wild Flower ID August 26,2017 in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Tom - Try looking up Malope trifida 'Vulcan'."
Aug 29, 2017
Rod Lutes replied to Tom Finck's discussion wild Flower ID August 26,2017 in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Tom - I think it is Malva sylvestris.  Beautiful colour."
Aug 27, 2017
Rod Lutes replied to Jane Wood's discussion Can Anyone ID These Berries? in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Jane:  These are Elderberries, most likely Sambucus racemosa."
Jul 26, 2017
Rod Lutes replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Does anyone recognize this? in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Joanne:  I am still unsure what this is.  The fact that the blooms have four and five petals is a bit confusing.  The two other species I thought it might be are Anagallis and Epilobium but neither seem to fit exactly.  I looked…"
Jul 26, 2017
Rod Lutes replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Does anyone recognize this? in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Joanne:  I think it is one of the Spergularias, possibly rosea."
Jul 25, 2017
Rod Lutes replied to Tom Finck's discussion Allium Moly Yellow June 21 ,2017 in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Very nice clump of Allium moly.  Such a cherry colour."
Jun 25, 2017

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