(4)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
(7)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
(4)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
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(10)Good Evening All, Thanks to those who have chimed in recently, the winter list has swelled to triple digits with a (tentative) total of 100 species for the
(3)Hi There is open water at the power plant at Coronach where thousands of geese and mallards overwinter. That's not too far from Val Marie. With little snow
(31)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
(5)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.
(3)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
(3)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
(3)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
(9)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
(3)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
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