THE TIME THE CANARY DIED: The passing of the Red-necked phalarope from the Quoddy Region and what it means.

When I went away to do graduate work at McGill University I experienced a vacuum, a void, a realization that something was missing. Moving west to Victoria BC helped but the feeling didn’t leave … something was missing deep inside … Continue reading

SEABIRDS: 40 Good reasons to protect the Bay of Fundy

A collection of seabird images from contributors and public domain sources. Identify the birds here and in the field with this classic. Peterson Field Guide to Birds of Eastern and Central North America, 6th Edition (Peterson Field Guides) … Continue reading

BIRDS: The Burnt Goose – Fowl or Fish?

THE STORY:  Burnt Goose – Fowl or Fish? Have you seen this guy along our Fundy shores? It’s a small goose that shows up during migration and stays over the winter. It often confuses people because of its smaller size and color. … Continue reading

Grand Manan Sightings from NatureNB Listserv

Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2009 15:46:44 -0400Subject: Grand Manan & White Head birds January 2–5 Ingalls Head feedersI’m down to about 12 Mourning Doves, up to 8 Blue Jays, 5 American Crows, 2Common Ravens, 6 Black-capped Chickadees, 4 American Tree … Continue reading

WILDLIFE: Herring decline threatens fragile seabird populations, biologist says

Tony Diamond has already noticed changes in puffins, razorbill auks at Machias Seal Island By Connell Smith, CBC News Posted: Mar 23, 2015 5:23 PM AT Last Updated: Mar 23, 2015 5:23 PM AT A seabird biologist says the sharp decline … Continue reading

BIRDS: Golden Eagle and Northern Hawk Owl Reports.

Report to NatureNB from Stu Tingley Shediac, NB Tantramar marsh GOLDEN EAGLE – The Sackville GOLDEN EAGLE put on what was surely its’ best and most prolonged showing of the winter today with repeated appearances in the vicinity of Folkins … Continue reading

BIRDS: Great Horned Owl – The Grand Duke

Christmas is for the Birds!!! Grand Duke by Art MacKay Available framed or as a poster at Imagekind. Just click on the Grand Duke!   About the Great Horned Owl. Like most owls, Great Horned Owls make great use of … Continue reading