NB Birding HotSpots (28)

Discussions Replies Latest Activity

Daly Point Nature Reserve - Bathurst

Northeast of Bathurst harbour, this park is made up of 6 kms of trails covering 100 acres of saltmarsh, overgrown fields, and mixed forest.…

Started by Anne Assaff

2 Apr 28, 2012
Reply by Chris Adam

New Horton Hawk Watch site

Check out this link to find out more about a nice spot to watch hawk migration: New Horton Hawk Watch site

Started by Denis A. Doucet

15 Mar 30, 2012
Reply by Jimmy Dee

Miramichi Birding hotspot

I would add Millbank Park and trails which is a mature white pine forest for the most part.  A good place to spot Pine Warblers, Brown Cree…

Started by Leonel Richard

0 Jan 22, 2012


Atholville, which is near the Restigouche River is a great migration hotspot at Ducks Unlimited marsh on the Boom Road. The Town lagoon is…

Started by Anne Marsch

0 Feb 23, 2011

Hillsborough Wetland Park

The wetlands start at the Petitcodiac River (at the old Gypsum Silos) and stretch west across route 114 to the golf course, taking in the o…

Started by Dwayne Biggar

0 Oct 22, 2010

Coverdale Naval Base Dam (Mill Creek Dam)

Well before this entire area becomes part of a subdivision, if you want to have a look, it is beautiful up here. It has a brook as well as…

Started by TrishYoung

1 Oct 19, 2010
Reply by Laura Hare

Miramichi Marsh (more)

Further info about Miramichi Marsh- (how to get there) If coming from Moncton up highway 11 turn left just after the airport (just by Tim H…

Started by Deana Gadd

1 Oct 14, 2010
Reply by Denis A. Doucet

Miramichi Nature Trail: (commonly called the Miramichi Marsh)

If you're from Miramichi or passing through a good fairly new spot to go birding is the Miramichi Nature Trail  (commonly called the Mirami…

Started by Deana Gadd

1 Oct 14, 2010
Reply by Denis A. Doucet


© 2018   Created by BNB Host.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service