Eagle Hill Bog, Roosevelt Campobello International Park, Campobello Island, New Brunswick
One of at least 50 Iceland Gulls at this location (a salmon processing facility). Blacks Harbour, New Brunswick, Canada December 29, 2014
1st cycle. Blacks Harbour, New Brunswick, Canada December 29, 2014
Very common on the island.
On road, female, gravid
On road - female, gravid
Female stuffed with eggs on rural road
'Pillar from somewhere on the road in coastal central New Brunswick, Canada. I think I found it crawling on me after a photo stop for some roadside goldenrod. You can't see them all that well in this shot, but it has a row of dull red dots along each side. I think this is a Fall Webworm Moth: bugguide.net/node/view/30243/bgimage, but comments welcome.
The latest insects caught in flagrante. Thanks to urtica for the ID -- they are Goldenrod Soldier Beetles: bugguide.net/node/view/438. Seen in New Brunswick, Canada, on a quick photo mission roadside across from our motel in the AM.
I took goldenrod identification as a challenge on our recent trip to Maine & Nova Scotia (quibbles, kibbitzes & $0.02 of course welcome). I think this was roadside in coastal New Brunswick.
Another challenge: asters! (Quibbles, kibbitzes & $0.02 of course welcome.) This species was seen in only 1 location: open spruce/birch forest understory during a beautiful hike along coastal bluffs in Canada's Fundy National Park. Formerly called Aster acuminatus. The 'bad hair day' appearance seems pretty typical for this species, judginf from photos I'm seeing elsewhere.
Another challenge: asters! (Quibbles, kibbitzes & $0.02 of course welcome.) This one seemed to be fairly common roadside, seen here in coastal New Brunswick, Canada. Flowers are ~.5" (~1 cm) across. Formerly called Aster lateriflorus.
Tiny, seen in coastal New Brunswick, Canada. Only specimen seen. I don't know whether it had basal leaves -- this was a "shoot from the hip" shot on my way back to the car. It's a miracle it even came out.
I took goldenrod identification as a challenge on our recent trip to Maine & Nova Scotia (quibbles, kibbitzes & $0.02 of course welcome). This stuff was 1-2' tall, widespread in waste places (eg barren roadsides). Got this shot in the morning across from our motel. I'm not 100% sure of the ID, since it doesn't look all that grey to me, but it's the only thing that seems to fit.
In nanny and Grampies sheep barn!
At Matt's Nan's pond, so tame!
Nest and chicks too!
In the garden
Found multiple frogs in the gagetown school garden around lunch time while weeding
all four tracks in a direct register walk
holes made in eastern hemlock which was wrapped by white birch