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Orca surprises birders

Here is a link to the youtube video I shot of the a killer whale that surprised us while on the last pelagic trip of the season out of Grand Manan on Sea Watch Tours

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yaEbb0HoCyg

Added by Claus F. Wolter on September 26, 2014 at 3:30pm — 1 Comment

The Rusty Blackbird Migration Blitz in New Brunswick

Please Join Me in Spotting Rusties!

I have been fascinated with Rusty Blackbirds for a long time, I think since I started birding over twenty years ago. Last year, though, was the first time that a Rusty came to my feeder in…

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Added by Raymonde Savoie on March 18, 2014 at 3:57pm — 15 Comments

A Snowy Owl map of NB

After seeing so many postings here on BirdingNB, NB Listserv, eBird and Twitter of Snowy Owl sightings, I made a map showing where they have been reported. Some of these may be the same owl showing up in another location, but where 2 or more are shown at one location they were seen at the same time. I'm going to keep updating the map as new sightings are reported, just for fun :) Feel free to let me know if I've missed any.

Anne…

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Added by Anne Assaff on December 2, 2013 at 8:00pm — 54 Comments

The 31st Annual Southeast Upsalquitch Christmas Bird Count

The 31st Annual Southeast Upsalquitch Christmas Bird Count

By Rod O’Connell

 

In the magazine “N.B. Naturalist Vol. 12, No. 1 1983”, on page 28, David S. Christie reports on the 1982-83 that the “Southeast Upsalquitch (SEU) 1st year Very little snow (2 – 5cm); rivers largely ice covered.  Christopher Gauthier, Ronald Gauthier, Gilles Godin (compiler), James Meagher.” This outing was held on December…

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Added by Rod O'Connell on December 30, 2012 at 1:32pm — 4 Comments

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