NATURE MONCTON INFORMATION LINE, March 20, 2018 ( Tuesday )
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** A last minute reminder of tonight's, Tuesday night, Nature Moncton March meeting at the Mapleton Rotary Lodge at 7:00 pm. All details are at the website ... www.naturemoncton.com ... under "upcoming events".
** The female NORTHERN CARDINAL [Cardinal rouge] and the FIELD SPARROW [Bruant des champs] that have been visiting feeders in the Frampton Lane area in Moncton are still present. John Foster advises that they both are still coming to his yard bird feeder commenting that he wishes they could both find mates. Surely there is hope for that Cardinal with that species edging closer and closer to Moncton.
** Kevin Renton reported yesterday a group of SNOW BUNTINGS [Bruant des neiges] arrived to their Stilesville feeder yard for the first time this winter. On Monday they returned, but had a LAPLAND LONGSPUR [Bruant lapon] with them.