Dalhousie Sewage Treatment Lagoon is ready for visitors. We have erected a sign (Duck Trail) and installed a viewing curtain. Portals have been cut into the fencing to allow binoculars, viewing scopes, and camera lens.  Access currently requires a walk along a rough, pitted ATV trail, so rubber boots are suggested during and immediately following wet weather. Otherwise, we recommend hiking boots.  There is a bog to the west of the trail and Lagoon, so insect population is high. Long pants and repellent are your friends.  Birds are abundant at all treatment pools.

If coming via Route 11, take exit 391 to Dalhousie. Veer right and continue to the 4 way stop. Go straight on Miller Blvd, until you come to the stop sign at 134 (Baybreeze Drive), turn right and take the next right onto Marsh Road. Within 50 feet you will see the Duck Trail Sign and the ATV Trail. Park and walk in about 200 metres until you see the markings to the Lagoon access.

If coming via hwy 134, look for Marsh Road between Dalhousie and Eel River First Nations.

Tags: birds, ducks, gulls, hotspots, lagoon, passerines, puddle, treatment

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Map link, see if it works....Click on satellite bottom left and you can see a couple things that may be the lagoon?

https://www.google.ca/maps/place/Dalhousie,+NB/@48.0657389,-66.3703...!3m1!1e3!4m2!3m1!1s0x4c9830584a0cad53:0xc0399e743e5abec3

I think I found it, if you go to the actual satellite link you can blow it up and see the aerators.  

That's it! Thanks Dwayne.

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