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Black throated Green Warbler near Wascana Pool

This male is singing regularly from a deciduous tree on the northwestern corner of the playground conifer grove. Earlier I heard 2 Mourning Warblers and saw a
Bob
8:45 AM
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27938

Re: warbling vireos and others

I agree with you Bob. The first day I saw it I got there around 9:30 and had to wait quite a while. the minute it got there, neighbour came out and slammed
Paule Hjertaas
9:04 PM
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27937

Re: Birding Hotspots etc - Willowbunch and area (including Big Muddy

I do like public replies as well Steve... sometimes such replies answer others' unspoken questions. When we go on vacation to Alberta, I always check over all
maadhatter22
May 27
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27936

Re: Birding Hotspots etc - Willowbunch and area (including Big Muddy

Sorry Kevin.... I thought it was still like that (responding to person offline). My email addy is dudra.m at sask tel dot net - Mary Ann
maadhatter22
May 27
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27935

Re: warbling vireos and others

Paule   Earlier in the morning has not been good during the several times I have seen the Eurasian Tree Sparrow. I Believe that some others have also had
bobluterbach
May 27
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27934

RCAF Pond Birds - May 27

I saw 27 species at the RCAF Pond today, just about half of the 55 species I've personally seen there. I enjoy birding there, but I wish there wasn't so much
Ryan Bradshaw
May 27
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27933

warbling vireos and others

Hi, yesterday morning, I walked the path on both sides of Wascana creek from Elphinstone to Albert St. Lots of yellow warblers, warbling vireos, gray catbirds,
Paule Hjertaas
May 27
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27932

Re: Yellow Grass grid

I might be mistaken. It might have been a Lazuli Bunting, but I do remember something a few years ago at the Southern End of that grid road. I went looking for
Scott Manly
May 27
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27931

Re: Yellow Grass grid

Scott- I can't recall if Blue Grosbeaks were seen but there were Dicsissels later on in the summer at that end and Bob reported a Red-headed Woodpecker a
valndoyle
May 27
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27930

Re: Birding Hotspots etc - Willowbunch and area (including Big Muddy

I'd be interested in public replies. Always interested in getting to know your fine province better! BTW each post has a 'Reply to Sender' link(as opposed to
Steve A Knight
May 27
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Re: Yellow Grass grid

Thanks for the report Val. I might have to venture out there again soon. Was it Blue Grosbeaks that were seen at the south end of that area a few years back?
Scott Manly
May 27
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Re: Birding Hotspots etc - Willowbunch and area (including Big Muddy

Can't see where to email you off line. It used to be obvious "respond to this person offline" but I can't find it. And I can't click on your name to go to
kmscouts
May 27
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Yellow Grass grid

To those who have enjoyed checking out the Yellow Grass area or are thinking of it, birds are returning. Four of us drove the n/s grid west of Yellow Grass on
valndoyle
May 27
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27926

Luck Lake

Ray and I drove to Luck Lake today. Started to drive across the dike but it is in very bad condition so turned around at the first opportunity. The water
Ray or Adele Dueck
May 26
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27925

Birding Hotspots etc - Willowbunch and area (including Big Muddy)

Hello all... Having never bean in this area, we are planning to spend some time at some point this summer in the Willowbunch-St Victor-Assiniboia etc area,
M A
May 26
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