Todd Watts
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Feather ID

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stuart Tingley Jul 9, 2017. 4 Replies

I posted a photo of a feather earlier. Anyone want to take a shot at identifying it?  Will attach it here as well.Continue

GPS/Map Apps and Audio Recording Apps for iPhone

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jimmy Dee Jul 7, 2017. 7 Replies

Can anyone recommend a good GPS/Map App for an iPhone? My intended use will be bird surveys, so important features will be ability to store co-ordinates, measure distance traveled and of coarse, show…Continue

Canon EF 100-400 lens for sale

Started this discussion. Last reply by Todd Watts Apr 4, 2017. 7 Replies

Hi Everyone,I am selling my 100-400. This lens has been owned by me for several years and has only received occasional use (mostly at the hawk watch). It only shows wear in one very small area where…Continue

Superzoom Cameras

Started this discussion. Last reply by Todd Watts Mar 6, 2017. 17 Replies

Hi Everyone,I am looking to purchase a superzoom and would like some opinions. The camera's primary uses will be documenting rare birds and to a lesser degree identification. At this point in time, I…Continue

 

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Todd Watts replied to Justin Chase's discussion Small Raptor in Flight
"Another accipiter is possible, but I see goshawk everytime I look at it. One possibility is that there is more than one bird of prey in this persons area. As a matter of fact, there would likely be more than one raptor species anywhere you go. I…"
May 9
Todd Watts replied to Inge Lutz's discussion Hawk or falcon?
"You folks got it. Adult Cooper's and Merlin."
May 9
Todd Watts replied to Justin Chase's discussion Small Raptor in Flight
"The images strongly suggest Northern Goshawk (adult)."
May 9
Todd Watts replied to Theresa Logan's discussion Could you please help me identify this hawk ?
"Thanks. That is very helpful."
Feb 13
Todd Watts replied to Theresa Logan's discussion Could you please help me identify this hawk ?
"An exact location would be a civic address, GPS points or proximity to a known as well as easily observed landmark. This information is not important. I was mostly curious, and as an area resident, I might look for the bird during my regular visits…"
Feb 13
Todd Watts liked RALPH ELDRIDGE's discussion URBAN WATERFOWL
Feb 13
Todd Watts replied to Theresa Logan's discussion Could you please help me identify this hawk ?
"Cooper's Hawk, size suggests female. Can you provide an exact location?"
Feb 13
Todd Watts liked Hank Scarth's discussion Field Trips to the Greenlaw Mountain Hawk Watch, Sept 17 and 20
Sep 7, 2017
Todd Watts replied to Hank Scarth's discussion Field Trips to the Greenlaw Mountain Hawk Watch, Sept 17 and 20
"This is currently the best place in Atlantic Canada to see and learn about migrating hawks. If you have an interest in nature and have never seen large kettles of Broad-winged Hawks, then sign up for this trip. As Hank mentioned, not only do we see…"
Sep 7, 2017
Todd Watts replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Marbled Godwit [Limosa fedoa] Barge marbree
"Thanks. If I remember correctly, that one arrived in September."
Aug 22, 2017
Todd Watts replied to Heather Long-Smith's discussion Identifying birds - part 2
"Andrew's ID seems correct."
Aug 22, 2017
Todd Watts replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Marbled Godwit [Limosa fedoa] Barge marbree
"Nice find. I think it has been a few years since the last report of Marbled Godwit on the bayshore. Would the last have been Saint Andrews?"
Aug 22, 2017
Todd Watts replied to Jane Wood's discussion ID Needed
"I don't see Bonaparte's. What I do see matches Black Tern. In addition, this individual seems to be in a freshwater environment (check out the vegetation)."
Jul 26, 2017
N Staples liked Todd Watts's discussion Feather ID
Jul 11, 2017
Todd Watts replied to Paul & Kitty Martin's discussion It's not a bird, and it's not a seal - It's a Basking Shark....Cool.
"I am definitely not an expert, but the lower jaw seems to extend to far for a Basking Shark. Having said that, I don't know what it is. My first impression was Grey Seal, but that now appears to be incorrect. It could be something more rare.…"
Jul 11, 2017
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Jul 10, 2017

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At 10:34am on November 5, 2010, Denis A. Doucet said…
Hi Todd,

Welcome to the site! Eagerly awaiting info on the Hawk Watch from down your way. I imagine most movement is done now, but please feel free to add data, images, reports. I am certain lots would love to hear about that sort of thing!
 
 
 

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