Todd Watts
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Feather ID

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stuart Tingley Jul 9. 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. 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. 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. 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 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)."
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Nathan Staples liked Todd Watts's discussion Feather ID
Jul 11
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
Karen Miller liked Todd Watts's discussion Feather ID
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Stuart Tingley replied to Todd Watts's discussion Feather ID
"Great find, Todd! New Brunswick Museum would love to have this."
Jul 9
Joanne Savage replied to Todd Watts's discussion Feather ID
"Neat find, Todd!"
Jul 9
Todd Watts replied to Todd Watts's discussion Feather ID
"Yup, it was found next to the roadkill. "
Jul 9
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RALPH ELDRIDGE replied to Todd Watts's discussion Feather ID
"Crested Caracara, possibly a tail feather?"
Jul 8
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Feather ID

I posted a photo of a feather earlier. Anyone want to take a shot at identifying it?  Will attach it here as well.See More
Jul 8
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"Anyone want to take a shot at identifying this feather?"
Jul 8
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Feather

Found in Charlotte County, NB on July 8, 2017.
Jul 8
Jimmy Dee replied to Todd Watts's discussion GPS/Map Apps and Audio Recording Apps for iPhone
"I am really liking this Avenza PDF. I had it installed as my son showed it to me with some maps he had that were custom made by logging companies. Now I am seeing that detailed maps are available FREE for most anywhere in NB. These look the same as…"
Jul 7
Todd Watts replied to Marilyn Guisset's discussion Tree Swallow survival rate(?)
"Hi Marilyn, My recommendation is to let the swallows decide where to nest. If they aren't capable of choosing appropriate nest sites and defending against natural predators, then they lack the genetics required for survival. This might sound…"
Jul 6
Todd Watts replied to David Christie's discussion CRESTED CARACARA [Caracara du Nord] relocated in Charlotte County
"I happened to be about a kilometre away when the bird was spotted by Catherine and her partner. After locating the bird (thanks to a heads up) and being joined by Jim and Jean Wilson, we thought that it might be a good idea to locate another piece…"
Jul 2

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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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