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Glossy Ibis at Irving Nature Park on April 15, 2017

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joanne Savage Apr 19. 10 Replies

I haven't seen this reported in any of the public groups but there is an eBird report of a Glossy Ibis hanging around with two Great Egrets at the Irving Nature Park in Saint John West this morning…Continue

Bruant à face noire / Harris's Sparrow at Saint-Léolin, NB on 19 JAN 2017 (Photo by Frank Branch)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew Olive Jan 23. 10 Replies

Here is a posting from NatureNB with news of a Harris's Sparrow attending a feeder at Saint-Léolin near Grande-Anse, Gloucester Co.:"Bonsoir à tous, Un bruant à face noire a été observé et…Continue

Printable Field Checklist (Birds) for use November-April in New Brunswick

Started this discussion. Last reply by Danny O'Shea Jan 19. 7 Replies

This is a very simple field checklist that I designed a few years ago for my own use but am happy to share if anyone finds it useful. It includes all of the birds that occur regularly in New…Continue

Three Common Shelducks / Tadorne de Belon at Saint John on 17 Dec. 2016

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stuart Tingley Jan 14. 26 Replies

Jim Wilson and others found 3 Common Shelducks / Tadorne de Belon at Saint's Rest Marsh in West Saint John today on the Saint John Christmas Bird Count. I don't really have many details but I believe…Continue

 

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Stuart Tingley replied to Jimmy Dee's discussion Thyris maculata in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Nice find, Jimmy!"
9 hours ago
Stuart Tingley replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Maple Callus Borer [Synanthaedon acerni] 2554 June 25/17 Quispamsis in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Very nice, Jo! I guess it is my turn tonight."
18 hours ago
Stuart Tingley replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion Moths in Quarryville....June 24-26 2017 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Wow, spectacular moths and photos you are getting, Nancy!! I've never seen those last two species.  Rather quiet here the last two nights despite good conditions. A few 'first of season' species but nothing new."
21 hours ago
Stuart Tingley replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion Variety at my Blacklight in Quarryville...June 22-23, 2017 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Beautiful images, Nancy!! That Hydriomena seems different from the many that I call renunciata. Studying images at BugGuide and MPG I can't help but wonder if this might not be a Ruddy Highflyer Hydriomena…"
yesterday
Stuart Tingley replied to Joanne Savage's discussion White-lined Snout [Hypena albalienalis] 8445 June 23/17 Quispamsis in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Very nice find, Jo! It seems to be quite scarce in NB. Rather quiet here last night with frequent showers. "
Saturday
Stuart Tingley replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion Butterflies in the Renous Area June 21-23, 2017 in the group Butterflies of the Maritimes
"Very nice photos, Nancy! I also saw my first White Admiral of the season yesterday here in Cormierville."
Saturday
Stuart Tingley replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion A Few Odes from the last couple of days. McGraw Brook and Smith Lake in the group Maritime Dragonflies and Damselflies
"Look at all these neat odes!!!! It looks like you had an amazing day. I'm not sure about #4 but someone will let you know shortly, I'm sure. Your #1 is actually a clubtail - the Northern Pygmy Clubtail. Great finds."
Saturday
Stuart Tingley replied to Laurie Grattan's discussion Long Dash in the group Butterflies of the Maritimes
"Laurie, the wing pattern from above looks very good for Hobomok Skipper and wrong for Long Dash. Hobomok is the commonest skipper on the wing at the moment here in Cocagne, Kent County. There are a few Long Dash and Arctic Skippers flying as well…"
Friday
Stuart Tingley replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Lettered Habrosyne [Harbosyne scripta] 6235 June 23/17 Quispamsis in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Nice, Jo! Haven't seen one yet. Pretty low numbers here last night (evening 22 June) as it cooled down quickly after 10pm."
Friday
Stuart Tingley replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Could this be 10368? June 21/17 Quispamsis in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"A tough one for me, Jo. I would lean toward Cynical Quaker Orthodes cynica 10587 but my confidence level is quite low."
Thursday
Nancy Mullin replied to Stuart Tingley's discussion A different looking Bee Fly - Thevenetimyia harrisi - at Cocagne, Kent Co., 21 June 2017 in the group Maritime Flies (Diptera)
"At first I thought it was hunch-backed fly...but I read through the thread and see they are from the same subfamily.  VERY cool find Stuart and a great shot!!  Wonder if both species live in the same vicinity?"
Thursday
Stuart Tingley replied to Tony's discussion Tufted Bird-dropping in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Great catch!"
Thursday
Chris Adam replied to Stuart Tingley's discussion A different looking Bee Fly - Thevenetimyia harrisi - at Cocagne, Kent Co., 21 June 2017 in the group Maritime Flies (Diptera)
"Bee fly meets robber fly! Very nice."
Thursday
Denis A. Doucet replied to Stuart Tingley's discussion A different looking Bee Fly - Thevenetimyia harrisi - at Cocagne, Kent Co., 21 June 2017 in the group Maritime Flies (Diptera)
"Exquisite! Great stuff, Stu!!"
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At 9:02pm on March 2, 2013, Dwayne Biggar said…

Hey Stu, How many days until you'll be at New Horton?  You must have started the count down to Hawk Migration?

At 8:48pm on January 31, 2013, Jimmy Dee said…

He is a legend ... can spot ring-necked loons at 35,000 feet!

At 8:22pm on January 31, 2013, Gabriel Gallant said…

Hi Stu, it was really nice to meet you as well. I've heard your name so many times since bird watching and nature watching more seriously (like some kind of legend, or something..Heh Heh!) I'm glad to finally have met you in person and hope to run into you again sometime in the field. 

Cheers!

Gabriel

At 7:31am on July 25, 2012, Dwayne Biggar said…

Hey Stu, Is my memory correct and many years ago you were interested in a very long handled butterfly/dragonfly net?  The next time you're in Canadian Tire/Zellars/Walmart, check out the pool skimmers, the one that came with out cheapo pool has a 3 piece handle about 5 ft closed and 15 ft extended.  It's very strong as you have to push it around the water, it's 3 years old now, soaks all summer in a salt water pool and still works like new.  We'd have to figure a way to attach your net to the end, but I think it'd be easy enough. 

At 10:30am on January 6, 2012, Christopher J. Kennedy said…

Hello Stuart,

My name is Chris Kennedy and I'm a birder who regularly travels between NS and NB. I'm currently employed with a consulting company in Halifax and working with John Kearney on some birding projects. I have a rather unusual request of you and if you could e-mail me at cjkennedy@mun.ca or ckennedy@cbcl.ca we can discuss further.

All the best,

Chris Kennedy

At 4:31pm on February 16, 2011, licia tittarelli said…
ha ha ..you need to take me out to take more shots..lol..you know my number..will post some im sure soon..
At 10:30pm on January 12, 2011, Anne Marsch said…
My photos are not quality but can see what they are. Thanks for finding them. The birding world is waiting for your next find ha. Yolande showed up for a bit today also and Boreol Owl not seen again, too bad, I would have liked to have seen it.
At 6:06pm on December 16, 2010, Steeve Miousse said…

Well done Stuart and thanks for sharing these's ID points that determines exactly the species of this individual.

At 9:01pm on October 22, 2010, Laura Hare said…
Welcome Stuart ... hope you are enjoying the site.
At 8:41am on October 17, 2010, Denis A. Doucet said…
Hi Stu,

Welcome to the group! Lots of things to figure out (technical stuff, mostly), but this is a very interesting platform and appears to have a great amount of potential. Please let me know if you have any questions/comments/suggestions to improve the function of this group page,

Cheers!

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