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  • Harv Lane
    Howdy, With a few new birds added we have upped our total to 43 species, still quite a ways behind Manitoba. Keep looking! Cheers, Harv Saskatchewan Winter
    Message 1 of 4 , Dec 6, 2002
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      Howdy,
       
      With a few new birds added we have upped our total to 43 species, still quite a ways behind Manitoba.  Keep looking!
       
      Cheers,
      Harv
       

      Saskatchewan Winter Bird List 2003

      1. American White Pelican
      2. Tundra Swan
      3. Canada Goose
      4. American Wigeon
      5. Mallard
      6. Redhead
      7. * Harlequin Duck
      8. Long-tailed Duck
      9. Common Goldeneye
      10. Bufflehead
      11. Hooded Merganser
      12. Common Merganser
      13. Ruddy Duck
      14. Bald Eagle
      15. CooperÂ’s Hawk
      16. Gyrfalcon
      17. Sharp-tailed Grouse
      18. Gray Partridge
      19. Glaucous Gull
      20. Herring Gull
      21. Rock Dove
      22. Great Horned Owl
      23. Snowy Owl
      24. Downy Woodpecker
      25. Hairy Woodpecker
      26. Black-backed Woodpecker
      27. Northern Flicker
      28. Golden-crowned Kinglet
      29. Bohemian Waxwing
      30. Cedar Waxwing
      31. American Robin
      32. Black-capped Chickadee
      33. Red-breasted Nuthatch
      34. Northern Shrike
      35. Gray Jay
      36. Blue Jay
      37. Black-billed Magpie
      38. Common Raven
      39. * Black-throated Blue Warbler
      40. Snow Bunting
      41. House Finch
      42. Pine Siskin
      43. House Sparrow
    • Sandy Ayer
      Hi Harv, Please add Common Grackle to the list. I have at least one hanging out at a feeder on my street. Sandy Ayer H.D. Sandy Ayer (Mr.) Director of Library
      Message 2 of 4 , Dec 7, 2002
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        Hi Harv,

        Please add Common Grackle to the list. I have at least one hanging out
        at a feeder on my street.

        Sandy Ayer

        H.D. Sandy Ayer (Mr.)
        Director of Library Services
        Canadian Bible College/Canadian Theological Seminary
        4400 4th Ave.
        Regina, Sask., Canada

        S4T 0H8

        306-545-1515
        306-545-0210 fax
        >>> hdlane@... 12/06/02 23:11 PM >>>
        Howdy,

        With a few new birds added we have upped our total to 43 species, still
        quite a ways behind Manitoba. Keep looking!

        Cheers,
        Harv

        Saskatchewan Winter Bird List 2003

        1.. American White Pelican
        2.. Tundra Swan
        3.. Canada Goose
        4.. American Wigeon
        5.. Mallard
        6.. Redhead
        7.. * Harlequin Duck
        8.. Long-tailed Duck
        9.. Common Goldeneye
        10.. Bufflehead
        11.. Hooded Merganser
        12.. Common Merganser
        13.. Ruddy Duck
        14.. Bald Eagle
        15.. Cooper's Hawk
        16.. Gyrfalcon
        17.. Sharp-tailed Grouse
        18.. Gray Partridge
        19.. Glaucous Gull
        20.. Herring Gull
        21.. Rock Dove
        22.. Great Horned Owl
        23.. Snowy Owl
        24.. Downy Woodpecker
        25.. Hairy Woodpecker
        26.. Black-backed Woodpecker
        27.. Northern Flicker
        28.. Golden-crowned Kinglet
        29.. Bohemian Waxwing
        30.. Cedar Waxwing
        31.. American Robin
        32.. Black-capped Chickadee
        33.. Red-breasted Nuthatch
        34.. Northern Shrike
        35.. Gray Jay
        36.. Blue Jay
        37.. Black-billed Magpie
        38.. Common Raven
        am.. * Black-throated Blue Warbler
        40.. Snow Bunting
        41.. House Finch
        42.. Pine Siskin
        43.. House Sparrow
      • Sandy Ayer
        Hi Harv, Please add Common Grackle to the list. I have at least one hanging out at a feeder on my street. Sandy Ayer H.D. Sandy Ayer (Mr.) Director of Library
        Message 3 of 4 , Dec 7, 2002
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          Hi Harv,

          Please add Common Grackle to the list. I have at least one hanging out
          at a feeder on my street.

          Sandy Ayer

          H.D. Sandy Ayer (Mr.)
          Director of Library Services
          Canadian Bible College/Canadian Theological Seminary
          4400 4th Ave.
          Regina, Sask., Canada

          S4T 0H8

          306-545-1515
          306-545-0210 fax
          >>> hdlane@... 12/06/02 23:11 PM >>>
          Howdy,

          With a few new birds added we have upped our total to 43 species, still
          quite a ways behind Manitoba. Keep looking!

          Cheers,
          Harv

          Saskatchewan Winter Bird List 2003

          1.. American White Pelican
          2.. Tundra Swan
          3.. Canada Goose
          4.. American Wigeon
          5.. Mallard
          6.. Redhead
          7.. * Harlequin Duck
          8.. Long-tailed Duck
          9.. Common Goldeneye
          10.. Bufflehead
          11.. Hooded Merganser
          12.. Common Merganser
          13.. Ruddy Duck
          14.. Bald Eagle
          15.. Cooper's Hawk
          16.. Gyrfalcon
          17.. Sharp-tailed Grouse
          18.. Gray Partridge
          19.. Glaucous Gull
          20.. Herring Gull
          21.. Rock Dove
          22.. Great Horned Owl
          23.. Snowy Owl
          24.. Downy Woodpecker
          25.. Hairy Woodpecker
          26.. Black-backed Woodpecker
          27.. Northern Flicker
          28.. Golden-crowned Kinglet
          29.. Bohemian Waxwing
          30.. Cedar Waxwing
          31.. American Robin
          32.. Black-capped Chickadee
          33.. Red-breasted Nuthatch
          34.. Northern Shrike
          35.. Gray Jay
          36.. Blue Jay
          37.. Black-billed Magpie
          38.. Common Raven
          am.. * Black-throated Blue Warbler
          40.. Snow Bunting
          41.. House Finch
          42.. Pine Siskin
          43.. House Sparrow
        • Brenda Schmidt
          White-breasted Nuthatch - 1 at the feeder this morning We had a strong wind out of the north on Friday which blew tailings from the towering tailings pond over
          Message 4 of 4 , Dec 8, 2002
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            White-breasted Nuthatch - 1 at the feeder this morning

            We had a strong wind out of the north on Friday which blew tailings from
            the towering tailings pond over Creighton. At times the visibility was
            zero. More tailings blew in on Saturday. Our snow went from white to
            brown (taupe actually, or the color of instant chocolate pudding
            powder). It was so bad that people in Flin Flon were phoning Creighton
            to see what happened, what blew up, because they couldn't see the town.
            This is a relatively new problem - at least to this extent - it happened
            for the first time last winter. The bird-related point is that yesterday
            the chickadees and the belly of the downy were also taupe colored. The
            nuthatch didn't show up on Friday or Saturday and its feathers look
            clean.

            Brenda Schmidt
            Creighton, SK
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