All Blog Posts Tagged 'Owl' (5)

Boreal Owls nesting in Northern New Brunswick? Part Two

Boreal Owls nesting in Northern New Brunswick?  Part Two

By Rod O’Connell


Here is a quote from the First Atlas: "Boreal Owls are active only at night, and they call early in the spring when few observers are afield, so they are easily missed…”


I completely agree with this statement.  To further expand on this I will use information from the First Atlas compared to the Second Atlas.  But to prove the…


Added by Rod O'Connell on April 16, 2014 at 2:04pm — 32 Comments

Great Horned Owl nesting at Cape Jourimain


There is a Great horned Owl nesting on one of the osprey platform nest near the exit to Cape Tourmentine, much to the chagrin of 2 circling ospreys!

Added by Cape Jourimain Nature Centre on April 22, 2013 at 11:27am — 8 Comments

Rarely seen Long-eared Owls (Thursday July 23, 2009)

I get a call from Barbara, of the Gîte Toutes Saisons B&B in Pointe-Verte, wanting to know if I am interested in seeing owls.  There is a nest in her neighbour’s back yard and they would like to have it identified. Can I come around at sunset when the adults are feeding the young ones? I sure can!!!

I arrive at Pointe-Verte and walk over with Barbara to her neighbour’s house, a pre-fabricated log home.  She introduces me to Nick and his wife.  I am not the only one interested in…


Added by Rod O'Connell on January 7, 2013 at 4:42pm — 6 Comments

My Nature Blog- Volume 2: The Short-eared Owl

“I rejoice that there are Owls”...

The famous American naturalist Henry David Thoreau coined this phrase well over a century ago. I sometimes wonder if he was thinking of the Short-eared Owl in particular when he said it. I definitely agree with his statement, regardless of which owl (or owls) he was thinking about. Owls are my favourite group of birds. And, since April is really “owl month” for me, when most of our native owls…


Added by Denis A. Doucet on April 21, 2011 at 11:30am — 9 Comments

Nature Blog- The Northern Saw-whet Owl

Hi! Welcome to the first of what I hope will be a long series of short blogs on nature-related subjects in our wonderful province of New Brunswick. In this installment, I’d like to talk to you about the Northern Saw-whet Owl, a little owl that is truly one of the most fascinating denizens of the forests here in New Brunswick. 

Did you know that it was the discovery of a “brand-new” species of owl back in the late 1700s (around 1788) in Nova Scotia that actually prompted German…


Added by Denis A. Doucet on April 2, 2011 at 8:00am — 15 Comments

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