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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 Joanne Savage's discussion Cloudy Arches [Polia imbrifera] 10276 July 26/17 Quispamsis trap in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"I'm not at all sure on this one, Jo, so won't offer an opinion. I expect you and Nancy are right."
15 hours ago
Stuart Tingley replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion A Dagger and a Geometer, on a chilly night in Quarryville, July 25, 2017 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Two beauties, Nancy! I've not had that dagger yet. Another quiet night at the lights, so far, except for a big hatch of 'midges'."
15 hours ago
Stuart Tingley replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Brown Bark Carpet [Horsime intestiana] 7445 July 26/17 trap in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Nice shot, Jo! I've had a few of these in past years but not yet this season."
16 hours ago
Stuart Tingley replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion Not much the past couple of days....managed a few new ones. July 19/23 2017 Quarryville in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Wonderful to hear that you are seeing the first Catocala sp. I don't seem to get many here but I make little effort to bait. As for tiger moths, well I don't see many of those either with the exception of Fall Webworms, Yellow-collared…"
yesterday
Stuart Tingley replied to Danny O'Shea's discussion Bombus terricola (?) Fredericton, July 19th in the group Ants, Bees and Wasps of the Maritimes (May 2014-present)
"Terrific guide, Denis! Just what I was looking for. Thanks for producing and sharing."
Tuesday
Stuart Tingley replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Hologram Moth [Diachrysia balluca] 8897 July 25/17 Quispamsis trap in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"What a beauty, Jo! I am Hologram Green and Violet with envy. I keep hoping this one visits me someday."
Tuesday
Stuart Tingley replied to Jimmy Dee's discussion Another lovely couple - Sphaerophoria in the group Maritime Flies (Diptera)
"Great shot, Jimmy!"
Tuesday
Stuart Tingley replied to Stuart Tingley's discussion Some recent moths from Cormierville (Cocagne), Kent Co., July 17-22, 2017 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Thanks very much Jo, Imelda and Nancy.  There was a little more activity last evening (July 24) but still quiet compared to the previous two weeks. I see the warm weather is returning in the coming days so activity should pick up again."
Tuesday
Stuart Tingley replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion Not much the past couple of days....managed a few new ones. July 19/23 2017 Quarryville in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Wonderful images, Nancy! You have two there that I've not seen (the Pyrausta and the Great Tiger!). I've never had the Great nor the St. Lawrence Tiger Moths and they are among my most wanted!!  VERY quiet here for the past two…"
Tuesday
Stuart Tingley replied to Gabriel Gallant's discussion Flower Fly in the group Maritime Flies (Diptera)
"I always have trouble with the tribe Syrphini but I think this one may be Meliscaeva cinctella . It has a relatively narrow abdomen and a the first yellow band on the abdomen is unusually wide. Nice photo, Gabriel!"
Monday
Stuart Tingley replied to Joanne Savage's discussion ? Caterpillar July 24/17 Quispamsis in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Jo, why not just share the plant with this 'critter'? Or just pick off the caterpillars and put them elsewhere in the yard? "
Monday
Stuart Tingley replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Wood-colored Apamea [Apamea lignicolora] 9333 July 23/17 Quispamsis trap in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Nice image, Jo! I know how hard it is to keep track of all these moths. This actually isn't your FOS as you posted one a week ago (see HERE). LOL - your favourite nag!"
Monday
Stuart Tingley replied to Gabriel Gallant's discussion Strange behavior for a fly? in the group Maritime Flies (Diptera)
"Like you, Gabriel, I find this really interesting but uncomfortably creepy to see and read about....... LOL"
Monday
Stuart Tingley replied to Gabriel Gallant's discussion Strange behavior for a fly? in the group Maritime Flies (Diptera)
"Yikes, Gabriel. Looks like a fly infected with a fungus. These are often referred to as 'Zombie Flies'. Here's a link to some info but you'll find plenty more by Googling 'Zombie…"
Monday
Stuart Tingley replied to Jimmy Dee's discussion Cobblestone Tiger Beetle in the group Beetles of the Maritimes
"WTG, Gail! So glad you were able to find these beauties and even catch them in the act! LOL"
Monday
Nancy Mullin replied to Stuart Tingley's discussion Some recent moths from Cormierville (Cocagne), Kent Co., July 17-22, 2017 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"It's always worth the wait to see your postings, Stuart!! :) Fantastic images and a great variety. Congrats on the elusive  Parapoynx badiusalis..lol  I keep hoping! I agree with your 5603, and 5995, for what it's…"
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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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