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  • Re: Snowy Owl at HSC

    Although it is possible, my guess would be white phased Gyrfalcon! Bob Shettler Headingley Sent from my iPhone

    bobshettler 16 hours ago
  • Re: Snowy Owl at HSC

    Hi Wendy: I'd also guess not common but I have a personal record for February 18, 1997 of a Snowy Owl sitting on top of what was then the residence building at

    kris1@... 16 hours ago
  • Snowy Owl at HSC

    A friend who works at the Heallth Sciences Centre and who is as interested in birds as we are phoned us today to say that a Snowy Owl visited the HSC hunting

    winnipegwendy 17 hours ago
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A forum for discussing birds and birding in the province of Manitoba, Canada.


The emphasis is on trip reports from within Manitoba and information on rarities. Other topics directly concerning Manitoba birds, such as specific, in province bird conservation issues are acceptable. Buying and selling birding equipment is OK with the proviso that it is buyer and seller beware. The moderators take no responsibility for bad deals.

Unacceptable topics are trip reports from out of province, bird feeding, bird houses, general conservation issues, and cats!

Sign all posts with your full name and give a date and location including the nearest town for all bird sightings. Many members of Manitobabirds do not live in the province and they may not be familiar with local names.

The group does not support e-mail attachments. Photographs can be posted in the Photos section at the Manitobabirds web page. Folders (albums) should include your name in the title. Photographs must have a species identification (unless they are posted to the “I.D. Requests” folder to obtain i.d. help); location, including the nearest town, and date taken. Images should be no bigger than 1200 pixels horizontal and 850 pixels vertical. Pictures not meeting all location, date and identity requirements will be removed. If you have pictures of common birds there is no need to announce to the group that you have posted them.

Manitoba-rba is available for reporting rare birds in Manitoba.

If you want to discuss other Manitoba natural history topics, consider Manitobanaturetalk.

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  • 645
  • Birding
  • Aug 30, 2000
  • English

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