I might be mistaken. It might have been a Lazuli Bunting, but I do remember something a few years ago at the Southern End of that grid road. I went looking formanlyrs
Scott- I can't recall if Blue Grosbeaks were seen but there were Dicsissels later on in the summer at that end and Bob reported a Red-headed Woodpecker avalndoyle
I'd be interested in public replies. Always interested in getting to know your fine province better! BTW each post has a 'Reply to Sender' link(as opposed to
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The photograph of Saskatchewan's provincial bird, the Sharp-tailed Grouse, courtesy of Richard Klauke.
- Nov 13, 2000
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