Good timing!photoGood timing!3 LikesBald EaglephotoBald Eagle3 LikesReport from Point Lepreau Bird Observatory M…Janet Kempster, Karen Miller and I started the 2018 spring seabird observation season at the Point Lepreau Bird Observatory (PLBO) yesterday with a four-hour Seawatch between 8AM and noon. The spring…DiscussionReport from Point Lepreau Bird Observatory M…2 LikesIn TandemphotoIn Tandem3 LikesPurple FinchphotoPurple Finch6 Likes5ABC1E7C-B90B-4CE7-ACF8-4BA8A83F6E0Aphoto5ABC1E7C-B90B-4CE7-ACF8-4BA8A83F6E0A3 LikesWoodpeckerphotoWoodpecker4 Likes?photo?3 LikesHairy woodpeckerphotoHairy woodpecker2 LikesDove, most dont see the second bird in this…photoDove, most dont see the second bird in this…3 LikesBald eagle soaringphotoBald eagle soaring4 LikesBlue JayphotoBlue Jay2 LikesBirds that nest only in Canada?I came across a fact and am wondering if anyone can add to the list of birds that nest only in Canada. Now ... I know of two. One is a species of bird ... the second is a subspecies. I thought it wou…DiscussionBirds that nest only in Canada?6 LikesMACHIAS SEAL ISLAND REPORTWe've all been hearing of the winter hardship that's been visited upon much of Europe and a good many birders have been gleaning the news for potential west-bound goodies. The transatlantic wind that…DiscussionMACHIAS SEAL ISLAND REPORT4 LikesBobcatSo I'm carrying an arm load of fire wood, kick the garage door opened and come face to face with a bobcat on top of my freezer, chowing down on a block of frozen suet...
He wasn't too keen on leaving…DiscussionBobcat7 LikesBrown Inchworm Feb. 26/18 QuispamsisNo images and no moths yet but an active Brown Inchworm noted on the southern facing back of the house today.
Bring on Spring and moffing season!!!DiscussionBrown Inchworm Feb. 26/18 Quispamsis2 LikesSNOWY OWL PHOTOGRAPHSAbout my latest owl photographs: The SNOWY OWL traffic here this week seems to be a strong indication that, as has been suggested elsewhere, the owls are beginning their northward migration. We've…DiscussionSNOWY OWL PHOTOGRAPHS4 LikesPROSPECTING FOR BIRDSI'm often asked about some of my food offerings, especially when and where there is no obvious species or it seems out-of-season.
"What's the Orange for?" "What eats the jelly?"
My standard answer: "…DiscussionPROSPECTING FOR BIRDS9 Likes
Bald Eagle flight over icephotoBald Eagle flight over ice9 LikesHEY, YOU!photoHEY, YOU!8 LikesI'M TALKING TO YOU!photoI'M TALKING TO YOU!11 Likes