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Waxwings

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew Olive Jan 29. 2 Replies

For the past several years I have saved a large bag of Mountain Ash berries for winter waxwings.So far this winter no birds have arrived and so am wanting to 'get rid of' these berries.Anyone is…Continue

Bird Books for sale

Started Feb 4, 2017 0 Replies

Disposing of about 20 books;  1st 5:Dunn & Kimble "Warblers" Peterson Field Guide. New.  $15.00Harrison "Wood Warblers' World. Hardcover. Individual chapters for each species. $15.00Farrand…Continue

IS THIS DANGEROUS?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tony May 29, 2016. 3 Replies

Finally got connected after a scary notice from Firefox and 3 refusals to even let me access BNB"Your connection is not secureThe owner of birdingnewbrunswick.ca has configured their website…Continue

Mountain Ash berries for pick-up

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joanne Savage Jan 7, 2016. 3 Replies

I have about 5 pounds of frozen berries that I saved for the Waxwings. However, none have shown up to eat the few berries still on the tree.Rather than let them go to waste they can be picked-up in…Continue

 

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Tony replied to Stuart Tingley's discussion Browntail Moth (Euproctis chrysorrhoea) 930171.00 – 8320 at Cormierville, Kent Co., 13 July 2018 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Very nice Stuart, hope you still have it; need to go to NBM. I just posted some moth images on BG and noticed that a similar male Browntail Moth was photographed in MA July 14 2018"
4 hours ago
Joanne Savage replied to Tony's discussion Heat kills ? in the group Maritime Dragonflies and Damselflies
"Normally there are b'flies and Odes active on my property... I've noted an absence of activity lately."
Friday
Tony replied to Stuart Tingley's discussion Help needed with bog geometer (Escuminac Point, 11 July 2018) in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"I found genitalia preps of both male and female from the UK on the www. Will be worth you to collect a few and send them to me for dissection; will compare with UK moths."
Friday
Nancy Mullin replied to Tony's discussion Heat kills ? in the group Maritime Dragonflies and Damselflies
"That’s not good news... I was down along the river today and saw a good number of bees and butterflies, as well as a few odes. I had visitors with me, so couldn’t do any serious sleuthing. Hoping the loss wasn’t too…"
Friday
Tony added a discussion to the group Maritime Dragonflies and Damselflies
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Heat kills ?

I spent all of yesterday July 11 2018 at Spednic Lake PNA, just west of McAdam.Perfect weather, full sun, no wind, high 20's.Unfortunately almost NO insects.Saw 1 butterfly - Dun SkipperCaught 1 male Emerald Spreadwing and 1 female Slaty Skimmer in my tent (horsefly) trap (both released)There were a few male Slaty's at the bridge at Digitty (?) Stream.and that's all!…See More
Thursday
Tony replied to Stuart Tingley's discussion Help needed with bog geometer (Escuminac Point, 11 July 2018) in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"For future dissection it is always best to dry moths quickly. Any source of heat up to about 70C works fine. Small moths should easily dry within 24 h; larger ones perhaps 2-3 days. Heat does not have to be continuous; a few hours during the day,…"
Thursday
Tony replied to Stuart Tingley's discussion Help needed with bog geometer (Escuminac Point, 11 July 2018) in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Always a good idea to collect 1 male (at least) of all 'troublesome' species. I will dissect & photograph!"
Thursday
Tony replied to Stuart Tingley's discussion Help needed with bog geometer (Escuminac Point, 11 July 2018) in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"How about an undescribed species? Best I can come up with, and a poor best, is 7626 Caesia sororiata.? Worth sending to Chris Schmidt at the CNC"
Thursday
Tony replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion July 5-7, 2018 Quarryville. Thanks for the ID help everyone! in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"abrupta is now frater, Close, but I doubt it is frater"
Thursday
Tony replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion July 5-7, 2018 Quarryville. Thanks for the ID help everyone! in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Not 10298, It is 9433 Xylomoia chagnoni (at least for today!); a variable species."
Tuesday
Tony replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion New for July 5-7 Quarryville. Thanks for the ID help with 3 & 4, Stuart and Joanne! in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"I'm still struggling with #1 10928 Graphiphora augur is a possibility ?"
Monday
Tony replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion New for July 5-7 Quarryville. Thanks for the ID help with 3 & 4, Stuart and Joanne! in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"#3  9550 Enargia infumata"
Monday
Tony replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion New for July 5-7 Quarryville. Thanks for the ID help with 3 & 4, Stuart and Joanne! in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"You sure chose 4 toughies. Not  convinced with ID for #1 #2 needs an 8 3 is not a Sunira 4 how about 5747 Pima albiplagiatella?; Stuart has it on BG"
Jul 9
Stuart Tingley replied to Tony's discussion wood borers June 30 2018 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Nice catches! Would love to see that Saperda imitans one of these days!"
Jul 7
Tony replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion Need Help with this one.....I've been over the plates a few times and nothing matches July 4, 2018 Quarryville in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"close, my guess 6885 Besma quercivoraria"
Jul 5
Joanne Savage replied to Tony's discussion Two Beauties July 1 & 2 2018 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Love that altered quote, Danny!!!"
Jul 3

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