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Acadian Birder: April 2012 Archives

Peregrine Falcons, Swallows and More!

Posted by Vanessa Vander Valk

falconeggs.JPGIt may be raining buckets, but Acadian Birder Alain Clavette is still roaming around sewage lagoons looking for swallows and ducks. Plus, he has some exciting news about the Peregrine Falcon pair in Moncton - 4 eggs confirm they're nesting in the box!

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Birding at Cape Enrage

Posted by Vanessa Vander Valk

yellow-rimped.jpgphoebe.jpgenrage.jpgOur Acadian Birder, Alain Clavette, checks in from Cape Enrage where he's hoping to track down a King Eider duck. But on his way to the Cape he's come across plenty of birds to get excited about, plus he has some news about a pair of Peregrine Falcons. (pictured from left, Alain Clavette's photos of a Yellow-Rumped Warbler, Cape Enrage view and Easrtern Phoebe)

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Birding at the Sewage Lagoon?

Posted by Vanessa Vander Valk

sewage.jpgSnow over the weekend is keeping avid birder Alain Clavette closer to his home in Memramcook this week. But it's certainly not getting him down! He's hanging out at the sewage lagoon looking for Rudy Ducks. Plus, he has thoughts on which birds to look for this week and what equipment might be useful if you're heading out to take a look. For anything related to birds in NB: Tweet #nbbirds.

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