NATURE MONCTON NATURE NEWS
March 14, 2023
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**Fred Dube comments on a seasonal scenario Monday morning when they had 5 Hairy Woodpeckers chasing one another around trees in their Lower Coverdale yard. Everyone wants to get a territory around a good food supply!
** John Inman sends a note on the Canada Goose arrival now at approximately 1300 in the Harvey area as of Monday.
Late in the day at high tide across the Shepody River, Shannon Inman noticed a few Brant and Northern Pintail ducks among a small flock of Canada Geese. She was going to check today for a possible photo op.
(Editor’s note: are they trying to beat the forecasted upcoming storm, or will they just be in for a surprise?!).
**On Monday afternoon, Brian Coyle noticed 2 Brown Creepers busily feeding on Spruce trees in his backyard and was fortunate to be able to photograph one of them as it rested. At times, both individuals were quite vocal.
**Brian Coyle shares more action from his video camera setups.
One shows a healthy-looking Red Fox paying a visit to Brian’s now famed ‘coyote rock’ that other species find a popular spot to drop by as well.
Take a look at the action at the video links attached below:
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