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Joanne Savage's Discussions

Moths June 10-11/18

Started Jun 11 0 Replies

Common Gluphisia, Lemon Plagodis, Modest Sphinx and The Brother. Continue

Possible Swallow-tailed Kite May 24/18 Hammond River area Quispamsis

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A slim, white bodied bird with narrow wings, [white underwing coverts, black on primaries and secondaries] and forked tail flew over my house about 15 min ago.Continue

Ruby-throated Hummingbird May 6/18

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joanne Savage May 6. 2 Replies

My Aunt, who lives near Canaport, enjoyed welcoming a Ruby-throated Hummingbird [FOS] this morning.Continue

Ruby-throated Hummingbird Migration 2018

Started this discussion. Last reply by John MacCREADY May 1. 3 Replies

Checked the Ruby-throated Hummingbird Migration map of 2018 today: Hummingbirds reported in NS and parts of Maine.Time to get the feeders cleaned after winter storage, prepare some nectar and wait.Continue

 

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Joanne Savage added 3 discussions to the group Moths of New Brunswick
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Joanne Savage replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion A Leafroller and a Tiger....July 20, 2018 Quarryville New for me... in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Lovely images and very nice moths, Nancy!!"
7 hours ago
Joanne Savage liked Nancy Mullin's discussion A Leafroller and a Tiger....July 20, 2018 Quarryville New for me...
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Joanne Savage replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Basswood Leafroller [Pantographa limata] 5241 July 19/18 Quispamsis to outside light in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"I retained this one, waiting for the sun to be lower. This image shows the size, colour and pattern better than the first."
8 hours ago
Joanne Savage replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Basswood Leafroller [Pantographa limata] 5241 July 19/18 Quispamsis to outside light in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Thanks, Nancy!! I needed only one glance before I captured it. I also looked at it many times and hoped."
9 hours ago
Nancy Mullin replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Basswood Leafroller [Pantographa limata] 5241 July 19/18 Quispamsis to outside light in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Oooooo.....I know this one well...flipped by it many times!!   Congrats on getting a 'most wanted' Pyraustine, Joanne....now send it to me!!"
11 hours ago
Nancy Mullin replied to Joanne Savage's discussion Stands out like a sore thumb in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"Haha!!  I LOVE the title! Confused in Quispamsis!!"
11 hours ago
Joanne Savage replied to Stuart Tingley's discussion An uncommon carpet - Xanthorhoe abrasaria Hodges#7370 at Cormierville, Kent Co., 18 July 2018 in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"I have checked 'em closely since beginning; I am ignoring the Pugs though. "
11 hours ago
Joanne Savage replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion From this morning, after heavy rain last night. July 18, 2018 Quarryville in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"It's nice to be part of a close, helpful, supportive, friendly group. I like it just fine here!!"
11 hours ago
Joanne Savage replied to Nancy Mullin's discussion For the Group "New to NB" - Aglossa cuprina in the group Moths New to NB
"I've been waiting to see this one posted this site!!"
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Joanne Savage liked Nancy Mullin's discussion For the Group "New to NB" - Aglossa cuprina
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Joanne Savage liked Dwayne Biggar's discussion Peregrine Falcon
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Joanne Savage replied to Danny O'Shea's discussion Waved Sphinx (Ceratomia undulosa) Fredericton, July 19. in the group Moths of New Brunswick
"WTG, Danny!! Thanks for sharing."
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Joanne Savage liked Danny O'Shea's discussion Waved Sphinx (Ceratomia undulosa) Fredericton, July 19.
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Joanne Savage replied to Laurie Grattan's discussion Great Spangled Fritillary male July 18 4:39 pm home. in the group Butterflies of the Maritimes
"That's Rick Cavasin's site, is it not? There is a laminated foldout guide that one can find.through a bookstore or some Nature stores. ISBN 978-0-9919523-9-7 is the number by which one can order it through a bookstore. It's a great…"
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Joanne Savage replied to Laurie Grattan's discussion Great-spangled Fritillary male July 19 2:19 pm. was back today got a better image. in the group Butterflies of the Maritimes
"A beauty, Laurie!!"
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At 6:28pm on January 6, 2018, Glendon Baxterr said…

Sure, would welcome the visitors.... bird is usually at the feeder three times a day, around nine in the morning, sometimes around noon and mostly mid to late afternoon. Glen 

At 10:45pm on October 17, 2017, Laurie Grattan said…

I think its pretty neat my self thanks Joanne

At 8:04pm on October 14, 2017, Laurie Grattan said…

Thank for having me has a friend.

At 7:56pm on October 14, 2017, Laurie Grattan said…

I really don t know what to say but thanks

At 7:24pm on October 14, 2017, Laurie Grattan said…

I accept

At 8:11pm on October 12, 2017, Laurie Grattan said…

I have a hard time under standing computers if your asking me to be your friend yes I would like to be your friend.

At 8:09pm on October 11, 2017, Laurie Grattan said…

Hi made from a large flower pot a funnel to get at the moths lift the top off same time cover with net.

At 5:22pm on April 17, 2017, Mark Macaulay said…

Thanks for the explanation, Joanne.  :-)

At 3:41pm on April 17, 2017, Mark Macaulay said…

Thanks, Joanne!

At 9:37pm on February 21, 2017, Corvus corax said…

Thanks for the welcome Joanne!

 
 
 

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