A new mystery bird is on QuébecOiseaux quiz webpage at
You can see rigth now if that bird is challenging for you.
For those who could have a problem in understanding the text, here is a
translation. I hope you will try to identify the quiz bird and I will like
very much to receive me your answer. Birding is so similar in Québec and
Vermont, except for the mainly used language.
Please don't include my message with your answer (because I have to print a
work copy of all the received answers when writing the official answer for
Good luck ! Have fun...
QUIZ 22 (translation)
Another brown bird, do you think, when the small animal comes to perch
itself close to the country lane where you take a walk. But you have your
binoculars and, since the bird remains well in sight, you take time to
examine it. Which is this bird? Why?
Send your answer before April 5 to Michel Bertrand, 900 rue des Paysans,
Sainte-Julie, Qc, Canada (J3E 1K7) or, by e-mail, to [log in to unmask] . Do
not forget to include your name and your postal address in order to be
qualified for the draws. Three one year subscriptions to the magazine
QuébecOiseaux (or a prolongation of your current subscription) which will be
drawn among the people who will have identified the bird correctly. And
more: the Editor Michel Quintin offers a copy of the guide "Oiseaux du
Québec et des Maritimes" which will be also drawn among the people who will
Answer to quiz 21
The former quiz bird was a Red-throated Loon, also named Red-throated Diver,
in winter plumage (Gavia stellata , Plongeon catmarin). See the current
issue of QuébecOiseaux for detailed text on its identification.
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N'oubliez pas d'identifier l'oiseau mystère :
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