Twitter … I think I am getting it .. thanks to Driftwood_GM

I’ve been trying to figure Twitter out. It’s a great chatty place, but just how will it help get the word out about the Quoddy Region, its great people, whales, birds, and other “wild” life? So… I new follower finds … Continue reading

Grand Manan Birds

See the pictures and subscribe at Date: Fri, 19 Jun 2009 15:44:26 -0300From: Roger Burrows NBNature listservSubject: Ingalls Head & White Head birds, inc. ARCTIC/PACIFIC LOON, SEMIPALMATED PLOVER & LESSER BLACK-BACKED GULLJune 19Ingalls Head 07:30-08:15Great & 4 Double-crested Cormorants, … Continue reading

Comments and Concerns Abour Terns on Machias Seal Island

See the pictures and subscribe at Date: Wed, 17 Jun 2009 19:41:15 -0300From: David Christie NBNature listservSubject: Re: The Machias Seal Island seabird colonyAt 2:45 PM -0300 6/15/09, Diamond, Tony wrote: Recently David Christie invited me indirectly to summarise the … Continue reading

Grand Manan Birds

See the pictures and subscribe at Date: Thu, 18 Jun 2009 18:40:29 -0300From: Roger Burrows, NBNature listservSubject: Grand Manan birds, inc. Great Egret , Black-crowned Night-Heron, Barred Owl and Brown ThrasherJune 13Ox Head area 08:40-10:25Double-crested Cormorant, 2 American Black Duck … Continue reading

Grand Manan Birds

See the pictures and subscribe at Date: Sun, 7 Jun 2009 18:43:09 -0300From: Roger Burrows NatureNB Subject: Ox Head birds, inc. Nelson’s Sharp-tailed Sparrow June 7 Ox Head 10:30-13:00 16 Double-crested Cormorants, 1 pair+4 male American Wigeons, 36 Common … Continue reading

Minke at Grand Manan , May 30, 2009

See the pictures and subscribe at Date: Sun, 31 May 2009 09:18:04 -0300From: Laurie Murison NBNatureSubject: minke whaleI was collecting some driftwood at the Whistle yesterday afternoon (May 30) and was pleasantly surprised by a MINKE WHALE very close … Continue reading

Grand Manan Birds, May 19, 2009

Date: Tue, 19 May 2009 19:54:13 -0300 From: Roger Burrows NBNature listservSubject: Grand Manan & White Head birds, inc. Little Blue Heron, Great Egret, Northern Goshawk, Northern Roughwinged Swallow, Northern Mockingbird, Cedar Waxwings, wood-warblers & BobolinksMay 18North Head 06:00-07:302 Ruby-throated … Continue reading

Grand Manan Birds

Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 20:14:18 -0300From: Roger Burrows NBNature listservSubject: North Head & Grand Manan birds, inc. Red-throated Loon, Red-shouldered Hawk, Purple Sandpiper, alcids, Brown Thrasher May 20 North Head-Marathon Inn & Moses Lane woods 06:30-08:00singing Winter Wren, all … Continue reading

Warblers at Machias Seal Island

Date: Sat, 16 May 2009 06:29:02 -0300From: Ralph Eldridge NatureNB ListservSubject: MACHIAS SEAL ISLAND REPORT Fairly good warbler movement last night although the drop-out was light. Drop-outs see up until dawn: OVENBIRDS;COMMON YELLOW THROATS;REDSTARTS;PARULAS;CHESTNUT SIDED WARBLERS;MAGNOLIA WARBLERS;YELLOW RUMPED WARBLERS;BLACK THROATED … Continue reading

Little Blue Heron at Castalia Marsh, Grand Manan

Date: Fri, 15 May 2009 17:53:09 -0300 From: Roger Burrows NatureNB ListservSubject: LITTLE BLUE HERON at Castalia MarshMay 15I saw an immature LITTLE BLUE HERON by the road bay at Castalia Marsh as I was cycling by this morning at … Continue reading

More from Bird Heaven

Date: Wed, 13 May 2009 22:39:23 -0300 From: Ralph Eldridge NatureNB ListserveSubject: MACHIAS SEAL ISLAND REPORTYesterday was another raptor day. Several PEREGRINE FALCONS were hanging around and some were seen to leave thje island “air space” headed either towards Grand … Continue reading

A Special Day at Machias Seal Island

Date: Sun, 10 May 2009 18:20:45 -0300 From: Ralph Eldridge NatureNB ListservSubject: MACHIAS SEAL ISLAND REPORTJoan Pearce hit it well when she called this a colourful day. It seems that most of our most flamboyant species arrive together. Out here, … Continue reading

Machias Seal Island Birds

Date: Thu, 7 May 2009 09:12:52 -0300 From: Ralph Eldridge NBNature ListservSubject: MACHIAS SEAL ISLAND REPORTAlthough NORTHERN PARULAS have been around for nearly a week, there seems to be an increase this morning.TOWEES are still around, as many as 4 … Continue reading