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When you think you're to close to a birds nest.

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Hampton Nature Club June Meeting - Pleased to have Todd Watts with us

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Todd will be sharing about the raptors/hawks of NB, anyone who has been to one of Todd's talks knows he has all kinds of information to share , it will be a great night, so I hope you can come out…Continue

Least Sandpiper - Sussex Sewage Lagoon

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I was back to the Lagoon today, heard and saw lots of Sora, Least Sandpipers, RW Blackbirds, ducks, and heard Virginia Rail.…Continue

 

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Paul & Kitty Martin replied to Suzanne Bonnell's discussion Crested Caracara
"For the record, I've posted pics of a bird to help id it that I got from Google, though I mention in my comments that the pic is something I got off google and not my photo.  Before hanging him up by a noose maybe ask him about the posting…"
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Paul & Kitty Martin replied to Suzanne Bonnell's discussion Crested Caracara
"maybe he saw it but didn't actually take a pic of it and wanted an example...or he's just a nob."
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"Great Photo John, usually the Scarlet Tanager is way up in the crown of tall trees, you got lucky with this guy."
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Paul & Kitty Martin replied to Paul & Kitty Martin's discussion When you think you're to close to a birds nest.
"it's a good point, that's why I like discussion boards, because they add to the original posting.  Thanks for sharing it Ralph.  Really with any posting I welcome discussion cause that's how we all learn."
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RALPH ELDRIDGE replied to Paul & Kitty Martin's discussion When you think you're to close to a birds nest.
"A good link, Paul, but it doesn't specifically mention one of the more obvious signs: a bird with food. Over and over I hear people gushing about this or that bird that "posed" for lots of photos or will hang around when…"
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Heather Long-Smith replied to Paul & Kitty Martin's discussion When you think you're to close to a birds nest.
"The article was really interesting!  This Spring, I witnessed a killdeer doing the broken wing trick.  Such a clever bird!  Thank you for sharing!"
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Paul & Kitty Martin replied to Paul & Kitty Martin's discussion When you think you're to close to a birds nest.
"I took the Robin Eggs from a nest that was right beside a footpath, I zoomed in , took a shot and then immediately left the area so that I didn't disturb the nest.   If the nest wasn't on the trail I would not have approached it.…"
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"Raccoons and Squirrels are my main pest, but I tend to just feed from Oct to May and do humming bird feeders in summer months.  One year I had feeders up year round and I was blessed with a Scarlet Tanager at my feeder, but then had both coons…"
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Bloomfied Birds of April

Posted on May 8, 2017 at 7:21am 0 Comments

1] Red Tail Hawk

2] Evening Grosbeak

3] Bluejay

4] Dark-eyed Junco

5] Black-capped Chickadee

6] American Crow

7] Northern Cardinal

8] American Tree Sparrow

9] Mourning Dove

10] Hairy Woodpecker

11] Downy Woodpecker

12] Purple Finch

13] American Gold Finch

14] Canada Geese (flying over)

15] Song Sparrow

16] Mallard Ducks ( in pond)\

17] Raven

18] American Robin

19]…

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The Blind at Bloomfield Ridge -Comes down tomorrow

Posted on April 14, 2017 at 7:00pm 1 Comment

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…

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The Blind at Bloomfield Ridge -The last days of March

Posted on April 3, 2017 at 9:06am 2 Comments

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…

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At 3:40pm on April 17, 2017, Mark Macaulay said…

I haven't seen a Chipping Sparrow yet this year...lots of America Tree though.

I had some Evening Grosbeaks in my yard today for the first time in a couple of years....they must have followed me from your place! lol. But seriously, I believe I've seen more of them in the last 5 months then what I've seen over the past 5 years...maybe they're making a come back or I've just be in the right spot at the right time.

At 5:30pm on March 5, 2017, Karen Miller said…
Hi Paul
If you'd like I will post on the listserv regarding our meeting this coming Tuesday.

Karen Miller
 
 
 

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