Rod Lutes
  • Moncton, New Brunswick
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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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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
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
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
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
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
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
Rod Lutes replied to Tom Finck's discussion orange colored sweet Alyssums ? june 6,2017 in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Tom - I believe this is Wallflower, Erysimum cheiri.  They come in colours from bright yellow to dark red."
Jun 8
Tom Finck liked Rod Lutes's discussion Pasque Flower
May 15
Tom Finck liked Rod Lutes's discussion Draba supranivalis
May 15
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May 15
Rod Lutes added 2 discussions to the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
May 15
Rod Lutes replied to Tom Finck's discussion our crocuses flowers April 8,2017 in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Tom, beautiful blooms.  My crocus are still under snow but hopefully by next week I will see some colour."
Apr 10
Rod Lutes replied to Tom Finck's discussion Blooming in the snow November 28,2016 in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Tom - another great photo.  We have had a spectacular autumn.  Yesterday I looked out the window at 25cm. of snow and a rose bloom standing out against all that white, but I think that is almost to the end for this year."
Dec 1, 2016
Tom Finck replied to Rod Lutes's discussion Flowers in November, 11/22/16 in the group Botany for Birders and Butterfliers
"Amazing  Photos Rod taken at the right time of the year that should cheer some Harts of the blues incredible flower shots thank you for sharing them"
Nov 23, 2016
Tom Finck liked Rod Lutes's discussion Flowers in November, 11/22/16
Nov 23, 2016

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