Uniquely situated smack dab on the migratory path from Greenland and the Canadian North to South America, New Brunswick boasts a broad range of habitats, making it an ideal destination for birds and birders alike. From waders on the shore to raptors in the air, from garden-dwelling songbirds to rare migratory species, Birding in New Brunswick has it all.
Organized by geographic area, this book provides a thorough catalogue of the species that may be seen at each birding hotspot. For each destination, Roger Burrows provides information on how to get there and a comprehensive list of the birds that may be seen in spring-summer, fall, or winter.
Illustrated with more than 200 colourful photographs of different species by Merv J. Cormier, Birding in New Brunswick is a birders' dream. It's sure to find a permanent place on bookshelves and in backpacks.