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Birds at Feeder question

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Hello, That is a good point Dan. Most Chipping Sparrows do not arrive in the Saskatoon area until mid-May although some may arrive a week or 2 earlier. The
Shadick, Stan
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8:56 AM

Birds and Butterflies

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I too saw two Compton’s Tortoiseshells this afternoon sunning themselves against the house. Just back from a trip to Prince Albert National Park, I just
Nick S
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6:37 PM

Swainson's Hawk sightings

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No photo of the one I saw on the #4. Didn't think of it plus it was grey and overcast. I will try and see again but likely won't until later in the week at
kmscouts
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4:58 PM

Swainson's Hawks

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All I checked Tom Riffel's comprehensive although now dated bar graphs for the Regina Area. Historical records suggest that this species typically begins to
bobluterbach
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2:25 PM

Ducks, Coots, Bald Eagle: Fishing Lakes' trip.

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Thanks, Jack (and Val's comment). Those roads back there are great! We were at the tail end of the field trip and had to get moving. We'll have to plot a
prairiesfranni
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12:14 PM

Canada geese

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Spotted our first large flock of Canada Geese flying over today - a couple dozen for sure.. also had what appeared to be 2 starlings fly off from the lane to
Alaina Armbruster
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Mar 11

Mountain Bluebirds along # 99

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We had a busy day scrambling up steep hillsides and across flooded ditches, while cleaning the nearly 30 bird boxes scattered along both sides of the
bobluterbach
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Mar 11

Spring Fever? Day dreams?

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Did the Mankota drive but no bluebirds. A few notes: *Great Horned Owl in tree near my house where he has been many times this winter. This is about 1 km from
kmscouts
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Mar 7

Horned Larks

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Was a fantastic day out hiking. Eventually warmed up to -6oC and was sunny all day.However it was not especially productive bird wise. Two snowy owls, one
kmscouts
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Feb 23

American Goldfinches at Lumsden feeder

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Julie It would not be unprecedented to have a Boreal Chickadee occur in the south :however, this species is rare away from the mixed or boreal forest zones.
Bob
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Feb 20

Sibley guide

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IMPORTANT UPDATE The following was posted on Birder's Library last night. If you have a first printing of Sibleys with the poor colouration then it looks like
kmscouts
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Feb 19

bluebird houses

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I was thinking of getting some boxes too. I've noticed an almost complete absence of bluebird boxes in the Val Marie area. Nor can I think of any records I
kmscouts
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Feb 17

Ravens around Taylor Field

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Hi I remember seeing a large number of raven at the same location last year, and when I looked at my notes I counted 17 birds at Mosaic Stadium at the same
gpkgreg
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Feb 10

Raven as Predator

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I too am not sure how this would apply as per Fair Dealings, it is pretty clear for academic use, and clear for commercial gain. I think how you handled it
gpkgreg
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Feb 6

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Our morning light was also a little difficult, sun fully in our eyes but we did see the white tail feathers on one of its banking moves. Two sightings in three
William Davenport
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Feb 2
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