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Kingfisher, Tundra Swans flock, etc

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Hi, Paule; I think the reply went to the forum rather than an email. Check your f'book messages, I replied there, we can continue to communicate best from
prairiesfranni
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Apr 14

Should redpolls be lumped?

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Kevin, Stan et al: Cornell's link says: "They found no DNA variation that distinguishes Hoary Redpolls from Common Redpolls." and "There are no clear-cut
prairiesfranni
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Apr 10

Swainson's Hawks

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Yesterday morning Kim M and I headed out on the #10 from Regina to Echo and along the fishing lakes. We did not find any Swainson's Hawks, however were
prairiesfranni
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Apr 1

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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Mar 31

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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Mar 30

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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Mar 30

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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Mar 30

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

Winter Bird List 2014/2015

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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
Ryan Dudragne
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Mar 1

Geese near Val Marie

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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
dtsawatzky
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Feb 27

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
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