New Brunswick bird watching
Province Bird: Black-capped Chickadee
Number of Species Seen in New Brunswick: 394
Recommended Bird Field Guides:
Sibley Guide to Birds
National Geographic - Birds of North America
Birds of North America CD-ROM
Rare Bird Alerts:
Province-wide (506) 382-3825
Shediac/Moncton (506) 532-2873 (Fr)
Transcripts of rare bird reports
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Recommended New Brunswick Birdwatching Hotspots:
44.43 N 66.47 W
A beautiful spot for fall migration on the northeast coast. Watch shorebirds and Atlantic Puffins in the Bay of Fundy. Look for Crossbills and warblers in the nearby spruce-fir forests.
46.81 N 64.95 W
Estuaries (fresh water meets salt water), bogs, forests and salt marshes provide a variety of habitat for over 230 species of birds -- and a few moose. Visit between May and September.
- More on Birding in New Brunswick:
- David Christie's Home Page
- Trip Report - Machias Seal Island
- New Brunswick Birding Hot Line
- Tourist Information
- Hot Spots
- Grand Manan, New Brunswick
- Machias Seal Island
- Campobello Island
If you would like to recommend a great birding spot in this region, please feel free to contact us at info(at)birding.com. We welcome your suggestions!
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