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Weather keeping birds around?

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Many thanks Bob, The big lawn areas here are well soaked, we are buying worms this morning, but are going to try raising the meal worms, we have lots of room
G.S.C.D.
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May 20

Yard birds

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I should go over Laurie! Hard to hear anything here as Sask Energy is wiring in the back alley, digging a trench or something. We did have goldfinches again
Paule Hjertaas
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May 20

To Francis Lake (2015 May 15)

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Thanks. I appreciate the directions. On Tue, May 19, 2015 at 10:47 AM, dudra.m@sasktel.net [Saskbirds]
Paule Hjertaas
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May 20

Saskatoon Urban Ponds

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They may actually have been Forster's Terns, I can't say for certain. I didn't make note of how pale the feathers were, though I didn't think the tail was long
Ryan Bradshaw
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May 19

To Reed Lake and back (2015 May 16)

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Paule, the Neidpath grid is not closed. The 'Lake Road' causeway that cuts through Reed Lake straight south of Morse is closed. You can get to the south end,
maadhatter22
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May 19

To Moose Jaw and back (2015 May 02)

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Bob, Most are light to intermediate morphs (most are lighter), but there are a few dark ones (chocolate coloured) from time to time. I'd say, of the ones I've
maadhatter22
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May 16

To Reed Lake and Francis Lake (2015 April 27)

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Oops ! Bob L ... Oops ! Bob L On May 16, 2015, at 11:13 AM, Bob < tsb2001@sasktel.net > wrote: Too tired been out in fresh air since five thirty. Sometime soon
Bob
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May 16

Catharus Thrush

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I saw at least 14 yesterday along the river here In Saskatoon too, also 2 Brown Thrashers which were new for the year. Cheers, Nick From:
Nick S
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May 15

Eurasian Tree Sparrow

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The Priebes saw it on the 10th. Nick was away for weekend and has not seen it. Jim C. and I did not see it this morning. We watched for an hour only. Good
Bob
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May 12

House Wren

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We saw our first Harris's Sparrow in Melfort on Thursday. The Yellow-rumped Warblers are here, and we saw a Palm Warbler as well. Nice to see and hear the
Scott Green
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May 12

Scissor-tailed Flycatcher

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Congratulations Nick and Ron. What stunning photos. They really would help with the IDing of this bird if one were as lucky as you to see it. Val T
valndoyle
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May 10

SK Nightjar Survey

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Hi Ron Yes I actually am basing a number of the survey routes this year on the routes that were covered in 2009. One of the reasons why I wanted to do this was
poorwillpreston
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May 8

Yellow-rumped Warbler (Audubon)

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Thanks for the clarification, Fran. I have lost all the high end of my hearing, so, alas, birding is solely visual for me. I'll keep my eyes peeled for the
k_and_e_99
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May 3

Bobolink

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Well it just happened to be Doyle the Bobolink whisperer!' 😊. He's trying to entice it to our place. A Joe was along with us and he was really great to
valndoyle
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May 2

Territorial Feet Fight..

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Ah, well. Correction: I guess my distant Pectoral Sandpipers turned out to be Lesser Yellowlegs - mental note for my long distance viewing, and I never knew
prairiesfranni
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Apr 29
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