Monthly Archives: June 2016

West Jeddore

While out twitching a Scissor-tailed Flycatcher on June 28th 2016, I took the opportunity to look around one end of a lake on Cross Road, West Jeddore in the Halifax Metropolitan Region. Not a lot was in evidence despite good … Continue reading

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Got my Little Bluet

The warm weather inspired Sandra (with persuasion) and I to get out odeing, the intention being to try to track down a life tick Little Bluet. The text in Poulson said large, active lakes so where better to try than … Continue reading

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Quinn’s Road, Clyde River – June 2016.

I nipped out for a couple of hours midday 6/22 as the sun was shining and the wind less strong than it had been recently. I opted for the 4.2km Quinn’s Road which follows the Clyde River although you barely … Continue reading

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Slow start to 2016

The 2016 Ode season has had a slow start so far in southern Nova Scotia. Cool winds from the north and low overall temperatures are no doubt responsible for the lack of activity but it is changing, a general warm … Continue reading

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