(3)And one more more notable species was forgotten in my summary, a female Hooded Merganser at Fort Qu'Appelle. The 5 Rock Pigeons were slightly less notable. I
(8)Hi Yes report all Rusty Blackbird sighting to e-bird as all data inside and outside of the Blitz Dates will be used. I do the communications for the Blitz for
(4)Bill Apparently this species is moving south this fall. They have been reported in Swift Current, Hodgeville, Regina Beach among other areas. They feast on
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(32)Sorry for the late response George.I forgot to record the range road I saw the owl at.It was between Grand Coulee and Pense as I travelled along Dewdney. Rocky
(3)That makes last nights result even better! Sent from my iPhone ... That makes last nights result even better! Sent from my iPhone On Oct 20, 2015, at 10:29 AM,
(154)Today I saw one crow, heard one blue jay, saw two ravens. Do you think I could find one magpie? Nope. Three Corvids in Regina
(6)Thanks Rocky. On the way back from PA today, we spent hours driving E of Marcellin and Leask. Lots of water there. Someone had told Dale about 27 Whoopers 3
(7)Dale and I saw the Sabine's Gull a Buck Lake this morning as well. When we got there, there was hardly a gull in sight but waiting it out worked. It was along
(8)Thanks Val I’ve heard that a few times over the years. If only I could guarantee all those species in one day, I could quit my job and charge people to sit
(9)I was able to vote (from Texas), but they will only ship the calendar to Canadian addresses. KenPlano, TX From: "'G.S.C.D.' email@example.com [Saskbirds]"
(3)Nick You had me checking my post. :) Bob On Tue, 29 Sep 2015 12:24:54 -0600, "'Nick S' firstname.lastname@example.org [Saskbirds]" wrote: They are always a
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