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Nathan & Katrina
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Purple Martins
There are only a handful of Purple Martin colonies left in New Brunswick. I went to go see one of them a few days ago in Queenstown. I observed ten of them for over thirty minutes. Here is a short video clip of the Purple Martins; https://www.youtube.com/wa...

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Carleton County Waterfowl
Common - most everywhere and numerous 1. Mallard - year round 2. American Black Duck - year round 3. Canada Goose - almost year round 4 Common Goldeneye - late March to mid-December (sometimes around for Christmas Bird Counts) 5. Hooded Merganser - mid-Marc...

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Pink-footed Goose
There's been a Pink-footed Goose in the Fredericton area for just over a week. A friend had sent me a picture of it, but it was on private property and it sounded like they wouldn't necessarily want a lot of people around. I let a few birders know in Freder...

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Ruddy Duck
There were a lot of ducks in the Woodstock sewage lagoon this afternoon and a great variety at that. I found 15 different species of waterfowl around town, but the highlight was this Ruddy Duck. Its just the second time I've seen one and a first for the cou...

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Red-necked Grebe
This is a busy time of year for me, but I try to check my usual spots around Woodstock when I can because you just never know what might be passing through during fall migration. Two springs ago, I found eight Red-necked Grebes in Woodstock so I wasn't that...

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Sora
Last month I stopped in Waterville in hopes that I could find a Sora. I was fortunate that this elusive species was out in the open right when I stopped. Its the first time I photographed one so I stayed there taking as many photos as I could because I migh...

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American Woodcock
I've only come across an American Woodstock a few times. It was great to see it out in the open and it was an experience to watch it strut across the road back in June. I was driving on a back road out towards Kilmarnack and stopped to watch it do its thing...
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