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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 Nancy Mullin's discussion Eastern Pine Elfin - Callophrys niphon at McGraw Brook May 26, 2018 in the group Butterflies of the Maritimes
"Nice, I think it's an Eastern and a Gray Comma"
11 hours ago
Tony replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion Sphinx in Quarryville May 25/26th 2018... in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Quarryville is certainly the hot spot for moths this year; nice moths. I tell my wife that this is the worst year ever; she say I say that every year. I recall long ago getting moths in February and by mid-May they were numerous. Weather is not that…"
11 hours ago
Stuart Tingley replied to Tony's discussion fredericton night of May 22/23 2018 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"It was blowing a gale here in Cormierville and my only visitor was a Toadflax Brocade."
Thursday
Laurie Grattan liked Tony's discussion fredericton night of May 22/23 2018
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Tony replied to Tony's discussion fredericton night of May 22/23 2018 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Neat, I had a large worn clemataria"
Wednesday
Nancy Mullin replied to Tony's discussion fredericton night of May 22/23 2018 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"I had more than usual and had the same amount of June bugs...yuck!   I had a fresh beautiful Eutrapela clemataria. "
Wednesday
Joanne Savage liked Tony's discussion fredericton night of May 22/23 2018
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Tony added a discussion to the group Moths of New Brunswick
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fredericton noight of May 22/23 2018

Nothing spectacular, 10 macros, 2 micros + 1 Red-lined Carrion Beetle, about a doz. June Bugs.total of 8 moth speciesSee More
Wednesday
Joanne Savage replied to Tony's discussion Big boys are out! in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Nice moth... great image! Snugged my trap in close to the house on back deck last evening after getting home. Not the best place but I did get moths. Deprana bilineata, [intermediate], Deprana arcuata, Plagodis phlogosaria, Plagodis serinaria, 2…"
Wednesday
Joanne Savage liked Tony's discussion Big boys are out!
Wednesday
Denis A. Doucet liked Tony's discussion Big boys are out!
Tuesday
Tony replied to Jimmy Dee's discussion Henry's Elfin (Callophrys henrici) in the group Butterflies of the Maritimes
"Nancy: look for a gravel/dirt road in a Jack Pine stand - good place to find Western Pine Elfins, quite colonial, see one likely see many. Eastern Pine Elfins usually as singletons around young White Pine."
Tuesday
Derek Bridgehouse liked Tony's discussion Big boys are out!
Tuesday
Nancy Mullin replied to Tony's discussion Big boys are out! in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Moth Envy!!! Congrats on the first big boy of the year!"
Tuesday
Tony added a discussion to the group Moths of New Brunswick
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Big boys are out!

In my trap this am - 22v18; Gallium SphinxSee More
Tuesday
Tony replied to Chris Adam's discussion Ant on a wild strawberry flower in the group Ants, Bees and Wasps of the Maritimes (May 2014-present)
"The Somewhat Silky Ant - Formica subsericea"
May 20

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