8 Jan/18

I've been trying to keep a field journal, but I'm not happy with the results. I think I'll go back to my journal as a field journal. Unless otherwise specified, these observations are along the Red River in Winnipeg.

Along the Red, there are almost always black capped chickadees, Nuthatches, and it seems like Hairy Woodpeckers. Haven't seen any Downy woodpeckers this year along that stretch of the river. It's been really cold, so maybe they have moved into more dense woodland. It seems like there are always Nuthatches (I can hear the 'yank, yank' call) and Black capped Chickadees. Finding them to photograph is another issue, especially at -25 C. There appears to be a female Hairy Woodpecker hanging around the area.

On blustery days, there is nothing around - even in the deep cold there are a few birds around. I don't know where they go - possibly to feeders, sheltered bush, or maybe they stay dormant.
http://inaturalist.ca/observations/9414080
http://inaturalist.ca/observations/9413960
http://inaturalist.ca/observations/9413888

Lähettänyt mamestraconfigurata mamestraconfigurata, 8. tammikuuta 2018 21:39

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Punaorava (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus)

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mamestraconfigurata

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Tammikuu 8, 2018 11:40 AM CST

Kuvaus

I cannot tell from this photo if it is a red or grey squirrel. It was too far away to get an accurate ID

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Amerikanhömötiainen (Poecile atricapillus)

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mamestraconfigurata

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Tammikuu 8, 2018 11:54 AM CST

Kuvat / Äänet

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Amerikannakkeli (Sitta carolinensis)

Havainnoija

mamestraconfigurata

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Tammikuu 8, 2018 11:55 AM CST

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