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(3)Thank you, Stan, and for the info in today's Star. ... From: 'Shadick, Stan' email@example.com [Saskbirds] To: Saskbirds@yahoogroups.com Sent: Sunday,
(4)Stan: Try contacting (asking) Nolan A Lameka for one of his excellent Ancient Murrelet shots at: NAL1212@yahoo.com I wish you success in producing the guide.
(5)Thanks, Bob. You are an amazing resource! Lynne and I will definitely go down there in late May and early June, hopefully with a whole pile of memorized bird
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(4)Hi Ryan It's not unthinkable to see a cardinal in Saskatchewan. From Dec 2011 to April 2012 we had occasional sightings of a male cardinal in our yard in
(8)Glad you saw it Geoff. Stan was looking for photos for Birds of SK. perhaps your flight shots might make it. We could identify it with the scope but so far at
(5)Lucky you. We tried yesterday and did not see it. An older couple had just seen it but when we got there, the sandpipers were all flying and we could not
(4)I agree with Scott, Cheryl. Listen to the call labelled Adult call, juvenile call. I bet it is your bird.
(3)There are many groups on yahoo that have seen declines in activity in the past few years and some of that may be due to the uncertainty there was over yahoo
(3)Hi Scott. Nick S from Saskatoon is certain it was a goldfinch. Thanks for your interest. Bill
(3)The Northeast Swale is a wetland and prairie area at Saskatoon's Northeast corner, north of the Evergreen neighbourhood. We also drove beyond what's considered
(6)Oh shoot; I had no idea it happened this early. Thanks for the information Stan! Those sound like awesome trips! I wish they had worked with my schedule; I
(4)There were still at or near the the entrance of Morse most of the summer. Mom and I also just saw a couple of adults with freshly hatched young last Saturday
(4)Stan and Brian, Thanks for your reply, which I just read. I had some earlier input from Jared Clarke via Twitter who agrees with you too. He shared some field
(3)I should have added 'simultaneously'. Bill
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