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.
Roger Burrows has travelled throughout North America, spending many years in Atlantic Canada where he worked for Parks Canada as a naturalist, interpretive planner, and consultant. An avid birder, his expertise is apparent in page after page of information-packed introductions to the birding hotspots that grace the shores, fields, and woodlands of New Brunswick. He is also the author of several birding "bibles," including A Birdwatcher's Guide to Atlantic Canada and Birds of Atlantic Canada, as well as Birds of Oregon, Birds of New England, Birds of Pennsylvania, and Birds of the Great Plains. Merv J. Cormier is an avid birdwatcher and renowned photographer.