Just got back from Trudel (Acadian Peninsula) and added the Field Sparrow to my bird list.
It is always very exciting to see a new bird for the first time.
Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Claude Williams and Senator Carolyn Stewart Olsen, representing the federal government, announced the completion of a 2.3-kilometre (1.4
mile) diversion of the road that will reduce traffic near the first
Western Hemispheric shorebird…
The dead bird found on a New Brunswick highway earlier this year turned out to be no ordinary roadkill specimen.
Wildlife biologists have traced the metal ring on the raptor's leg to a bird-banding program carried out in Maine in 1977, making the avian
accident victim the oldest bald eagle ever documented in the wild.
Despite its unfortunate demise in April after being struck by a car east of St. Stephen, the creature's unprecedented longevity is seen as…Continue
I just came back last nite from a week-end in Moncton. I stopped on my way in Cocagne to see the Pink-Footed Goose (saturday). The goose had change its location,after about an hour of going around Cocagne I came upon 2 very nice ladies who came to my rescue and showed me its new location at 3100.That was number 290 for N.B,