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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 E's discussion *Solved* Stumped for 8+ months.... in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"as predicted, the new Leps. of Canada etc is already out of date."
Feb 10
Andrew Olive replied to Tony's discussion Waxwings
"I did the same here in Campbellton.  I collecting quite a few grocery bags full of berries from a local treasure chest of mountain ash trees hopping to keep the waxwings/pine grosbeaks happy throughout the colder times.  So far the only…"
Jan 29
Joanne Savage replied to Tony's discussion Waxwings
"I remember you posting a similar discussion last year, Tony.... perhaps the Waxwings are yet to show up. I used the Mountain Ash berries I saved last year for overwintering robins in March."
Jan 29
Joanne Savage liked Tony's discussion Waxwings
Jan 29
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Waxwings

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 welcome to them, I am in Fredericton north.Let me know when and I will leave them outside my front doormothmanATnbnetDOTnb.caSee More
Jan 29
Tony replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion Merry Christmas!! in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"and to you and family, Nancy (moth trap should get some new-to-you early in the season)"
Dec 24, 2017
Joanne Savage replied to Tony's discussion Iris Borer Sept 15 2017 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"The 2nd. 'new to me moth' last evening was Iris Borer 9452."
Sep 19, 2017
Laurie Grattan liked Tony's discussion Iris Borer Sept 15 2017
Sep 18, 2017
Stuart Tingley replied to Tony's discussion Iris Borer Sept 15 2017 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Very nice, Tony. I had my 'first of season' last evening. No iris in the yard but lots of Blue Flag Iris in the ditches along the road."
Sep 18, 2017
Tony replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion The Papaipema's drive me Crazy!! Also have a mysterious Fishia ? Sept. 17 2017 Quarryville in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Love your #3, seen only 2 specimens in my 40+ years of collecting! I would call your #2 9473 impecuniosa"
Sep 17, 2017
Tony replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Youthful Underwing [Catocala subnata] 8797 Sept 16/17 Quispamsis Tony's choice in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"It looks like a male because of the single-spined frenulum. Google "wing-coupling in moths". Catocala overwinter as eggs; obviously some species survive our winters."
Sep 17, 2017
Tony replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Youthful Underwing [Catocala subnata] 8797 Sept 16/17 Quispamsis Tony's choice in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Sargent states "generally quite rare, but apparently exhibits long-term fluctuations in abundance." Maybe it will turn up here next year. Larvae feed on Butternut (Juglans cinerea) which we have in NB, but not in NS."
Sep 17, 2017
Danny O'Shea replied to Tony's discussion Iris Borer Sept 15 2017 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Hadn't seen the moth before.  Last year the larvae did a lot of damage to our irises; but at least I was able to get most of them before pupation.  Maybe that eased the problem this year."
Sep 16, 2017
Nancy Mullin replied to Tony's discussion Iris Borer Sept 15 2017 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"ahh...such a beauty Tony!!  I've only had  one so far this summer.  It returns most nights.  Getting a few papaipema...9490 9483 9480...hoping for others. Can't believe I don't have new ones, with all the Moths…"
Sep 16, 2017
Joanne Savage liked Tony's discussion Iris Borer Sept 15 2017
Sep 16, 2017
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Iris Borer Sept 15 2017

Fredericton trapAlong with a dozen or so pests was this nice 9452 Macronoctua onusta; seems I get 1 or 2 each year but don't seem to be doing any obvious damage to our irisSee More
Sep 16, 2017

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