Spring Arrivals

Spring has sprung here in New Brunswick. We were spoiled with a couple of sunny/warm days at first, but lately it hasn’t even been in the double digits and has been raining off and on. More and more birds continue to arrive each week regardless of the rain. Here is what I have been seeing so far in April;


Great Horned Owl

Great Horned Owl



 Palm Warbler


American Kestrel


Eastern Phoebe


Snow Goose


Northern Cardinal


Pied-billed Grebe


Wood Duck


Rarities for April

Blue Grosbeak – https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10153276610203055&set=a.10153275976933055.1073741963.557763054&type=1&theater

Little Blue Heron – http://birdingnewbrunswick.ca/photo/a-nice-close-up-today-of-our-little-blue-heron-friend?context=latest

Glossy Ibis – http://birdingnewbrunswick.ca/photo/glossy-ibis-plegadis-falcinellus-ibis-falcinelle?context=featured




About Nathan Staples

I am a public school teacher who has always lived in New Brunswick. My wife and I have three boys who love to watch birds nearly as much as I do. We currently live in the province's oldest town, Woodstock.
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