1]American Redstart2]Yellow Rumped Warbler3] Chestnut Sided Warbler4] Oven Bird5] Northern Waterthrush6] Black and White 7] Common Yellowthroat8] Yellow Warbler9] Black Throated Blue10] Black…Continue
Okay, I've got a ground blind and I have a wooden blind I built but I'm always trying to improve the design. I'm wondering if anyone has ever had a Hay Bale Blind and what did you think of it?The…Continue
Well Kitty and I were in the right place at the right time, we were driving up hwy 121 between Norton and Sussex , when two Bald Eagles were flying over the river and latched talons and swirled…Continue
Well I took down the wood blind 2 weeks ago and put my ground blind up where it was standing. Today my landlord showed up and went down and started cutting down the trees near where my blind is so I have to remove it in the morning. I was hoping to continue till the end of the month, but I guess that's just not an option.
So will go down early, put out feed, sit in blind for abit , then strike down the blind but will continue to feed till May then it will be done, and next year will…Continue
So I have some pics from the last days of March at the Blind, sadly things will change as my Landlord is choosing to cut down all the Hawthornes and burn the brush piles. He has 2 brush piles of hawthorne already cut which the birds have used as a source of cover over the winter, and now they are going to be burnt. I understand burning before the fire season but what I don't understand is why, he doesn't use the area where the hawthorne is growing, it's on an old fence row to an old field…Continue
Well the weather won't hold us back next Tuesday, as we celebrate our 2nd meeting of the Hampton Nature Club , and we are excited to have Vanessa Roy coming to speak to us about Nature NB, so come Join Vanessa Roy-McDougall, Executive Director of Nature NB, as she highlights the important and broad range of work being done in the province to conserve New Brunswick's natural history. From NatureKids clubs to species at risk, Nature NB has a long history of being a voice for nature in…Continue