Posted by: PMGDD | February 20, 2021

Nature Miramichi – Short-tailed Weasel Activity

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Sent: Saturday, February 20, 2021 2:25 PM
Subject: Short-tailed Weasel Activity

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This is a short video of the movements of a Short-tailed Weasel at night. They appear to have a very high energy level – always bouncing around and looking for prey.

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Posted by: PMGDD | February 18, 2021

Nature Miramichi – Song Sparrow

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Deana and I travelled to Moncton yesterday (car appointment and sanitizing supplies for the ski club were our justifications!).

We stopped at a couple of places to check on birds. Well in Cocagne, near the bridge, we saw a Song Sparrow. Poor thing was

finding something to eat on a small patch of bare grass, perhaps the grass itself. We left some sunflower seeds for it, her is hoping it found them.

Peter

Posted by: PMGDD | February 17, 2021

Nature Miramichi – What do you see?

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Sent: Tuesday, February 16, 2021 4:36 PM
Subject: What do you see?

SmugMug What do you see?
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Posted by: PMGDD | February 17, 2021

Nature Miramichi – Action at the Pallet Feeder

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Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 9:23 PM
Subject: Action at the Pallet Feeder

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Posted by: PMGDD | February 3, 2021

Nature Miramichi – Winterizing the Pallet Feeder

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Sent: Wednesday, February 3, 2021 11:29 AM
Subject: Winterizing the Pallet Feeder

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Winterizing the Pallet Feeder.pdf

Posted by: PMGDD | February 3, 2021

Nature Miramichi – Mr and Mrs Cardinal

From: Laura Comeau Fine Arts <lauracomeauart@gmail.com>
Sent: Wednesday, February 3, 2021 10:48 AM
Subject: Fwd: Mr and Mrs Cardinal

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Going to have to move this feeder over so I’m not taking pics through a window screen .

Posted by: PMGDD | February 3, 2021

Mature Miramichi – redpolls in the storm

From: Laura Comeau Fine Arts <lauracomeauart@gmail.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 2, 2021 2:31 PM
Subject: redpolls in the storm

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The male cardinal was here with the blue jays also, but by the time I got to the camera they took off.

Here is the redpoll, been here for three days now, best photo I can get through the snow and a glass door.

Laura Lea-Comeau

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Posted by: PMGDD | January 30, 2021

Nature Miramichi – WINTERWATCH

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A small flock of Common Redpolls seem to be hanging about Strawberry Marsh this week. So too is a Northern Shrike, apparently.

Posted by: PMGDD | January 28, 2021

Nature Miramichi – Today on Cedriere Rd. Beach

Winterwatch – Nature Miramichi

This morning Deana and I took a drive to the beach at the end of Cedriere Rd. which is in Northumberland County but getting close to Tracadie. The beach itself was bare and ice free and very “walkable” although we didn’t walk far. This stretch of beach is beyond Miramichi Bay and the barrier islands, directly on the Gulf of St. Lawrence, so is often partly or completely ice free. There was no ice to be seen today. We were interested in what sea ducks we might encounter. The list includes about 40 Long-tailed Ducks, 4 Common Eider, about 20 Common Goldeneye and one Barrow’s Goldeneye. There were two Herring Gulls as well. We had a flyby of six Iceland Gulls, perhaps checking on whether we had any food offerings. We didn’t. I was not cold nor windy, really quite pleasant.

Peter

Posted by: PMGDD | January 28, 2021

red fox in Chatham industrial park

From: Marg Sweeney <margsween@yahoo.com>
Sent: Thursday, January 28, 2021 3:27 PM
Subject: red fox in Chatham industrial park

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