COMING TO NB TOMORROW FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 50 YRS.HOPE TO DO SOME BIRDING OVER THE NEXT 5-6 DAYS CENTERED IN THE HAMPTON AREA BUT AM PLANNING TO DO SOME TRAVELLING.COULD YOU SUGGEST SOME "DON'T…Continue
"if you are near bloomfield, the water is high at the covered bridge and you might find something interesting to see there, near passekeag on the road that goes in by the odell loop but continues down by the river past the irving wood dump site , you…"
"That would be the Barnaby Head Trail [accessed from the parking lot overlooking New River Beach]. I'd suggest waterproof foot gear this time of year although there are a lot of boardwalk type trails."
"Gotcha Eric, you are referring to what is commonly called Spooner Island [so named as it was part of a farm of folks named Spooner in years gone by] and the 3 lagoons in Hampton.
That Eurasian Wigeon is newly arrived since late afternoon yesterday,…"
"Go to www.saintjohnnaturalistsclub.org an click on Birding Booklet tab for our new Saint John and area hot spots. You can print off the area you want to visit from a pdf file, or even the whole book! A 50 mile radius of the Saint John Area."
"back side of spooner island is a good place to, it's behind the sewage lagoon. If you had a canoe I would say to go down to the waterfront , then paddle down river and on the left about 500m there is a creek channel that takes you into…"
"Well Saint John is close for travel, so is St Martin's both are good coastal spots. In Hampton there is a good series of trails that take you to both the Sewage Laggoon (there are two entrances that work well, one by spooner island the…"
COMING TO NB TOMORROW FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 50 YRS.HOPE TO DO SOME BIRDING OVER THE NEXT 5-6 DAYS CENTERED IN THE HAMPTON AREA BUT AM PLANNING TO DO SOME TRAVELLING.COULD YOU SUGGEST SOME "DON'T MISS" HOTSPOTS .?WOULD BE HAPPY TO DO THE SAME FOR ANY OF YOUR MEMBERS COMING TO THE NE AREA OF THE GENERAL TORONTO REGION...PERHAPS LOOKING FOR MORE AFTER A TRIP TO PELEE.MEANWHILE I'LL DO SOME SERIOUS STUDYING OF SHORE BIRDS.See More