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RESURRECTIONI don't know if it's politically correct to use that title so close to Easter but it fits quite well. I came home on March 7th. During the intervening two weeks or so there's been nary a glimpse of the HARRIS'S SPARROW. This changed…Continue
Several years ago I was at Gundy Lake in Charlotte County NB. I heard a strange sound. I heard the sound several times and it originated from quite a distance. As the two birds got closer I realized what was making the noise. One of the birds flew…Continue
Just saw the first woodcock of the season - by a spring beneath a south-facing slope in New Horton, Albert County. The soil around the spring warms up early around this spot, and they tend to linger here. I see them here every spring until the snow…Continue
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Two birds were at least 1/2 mile away around Gundy Lake, Charlotte county N.B. They were not visible but could be heard (the sound was very odd). As they approached it was evident what the sound was they were making. One of the birds circled low.…Continue
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Dear Bird Lovers,
The Équipe de recherche en éducation scientifique et technologique…
24 May 1991
charchol gray with red across the end of tail feathers. Neck seemed longer than usual.size of a Bluebird, larger than a Chicadee,size of a Snow Bunting.
nrver been able to see anything close in any bird book,…Continue