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Did you know our most liked sighting was observed on Friday, January 1, 2010 by The Coyote Kid. It is liked by 54 visitors!

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1 days ago sam made the following comment on the observation of Ring-necked Pheasant posted on January 29, 2015:
You are so right, Flick!! Apart from the fact it is a National Park, the vast numbers of pedestrians walking, jogging biking(pedal), etc, warrants a decrease in speed limit. (reply...)
2 days ago Flick made the following comment on the observation of Ring-necked Pheasant posted on January 29, 2015:
Has anyone seen how fast some drivers go up and down Signal Hill? As a "National Park" the speed limit should be 20km/hr and cars probably shouldn't be allowed past the Geo Centre or the noon gun area. (reply...)
2 days ago Nickislander made the following comment on the observation of Ring-necked Pheasant posted on January 29, 2015:
Agreed. Its too bad though, they've been hanging out there for months. Its only a matter of time before they get hit by the steady traffic. (reply...)
2 days ago Flick made the following comment on the observation of Ring-necked Pheasant posted on January 29, 2015:
Unmistakeable drivers causing havoc for Ring Necked Pheasant. Let's be clear... That's McPhee we're talking about. (reply...)
3 days ago sam made the following comment on the observation of pheaant mcphee posted on January 26, 2015:
Excellent!!!!! You really put the brush in motion!!!! that cock is hell bent in his quest!! Hope he gets there in time! (reply...)
3 days ago bill made the following comment on the observation of pheaant mcphee posted on January 26, 2015:
the hens come and go too.  they disappeared during last weekend's winds.  Wish they and McPhee would find each other.  contact us at wallderd@mun.ca sometime 
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3 days ago Flick made the following comment on the observation of pheaant mcphee posted on January 26, 2015:
Impressive artwork. Beautiful. Pheasant McPhee is worthy of such high artistic praise. Sadly McPhee hasn't been back in a few days so am concerned but... he has had long gaps between visits before. (reply...)
5 days ago sam made the following comment on the observation of Dark-eyed Junco (Junco hyemalis) posted on January 15, 2015:
you are absolute right, Susanne. a mistake on my part. thanks, though for pointing out my error. (reply...)
5 days ago Suzanne Bourdon made the following comment on the observation of Dark-eyed Junco (Junco hyemalis) posted on January 15, 2015:
Hi - I think this is a dark-eyed junco. (reply...)
5 days ago ryanjamurphy made the following comment on the observation of Dark-eyed Junco (Junco hyemalis) posted on January 08, 2015:
Thanks, Sam! Fixed. (reply...)