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Bird Watching Photos - GRAND MANAN, NEW BRUNSWICK

     
Photo We are likely to see a few Northern Gannets on the ferry crossing to Grand Manan.
Photo by John Puschock
Great Shearwater is also likely from the ferry, and on our pelagic birding trip.
Photo by John Puschock
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Photo Studying this Double-crested Cormorant will help us to identify its larger and less common relative, the Great Cormorant. We typically see both on Grand Manan.
Photo by Bob Schutsky, tour leader
Just one of many scenic coves around the island.
Photo by Bob Schutsky, tour leader
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Photo The Grand Manan Lighthouse at sunset.
Photo by Bob Schutsky, tour leader
The former fog bell is on display at the museum, near the lighthouse. It was flown into place from another part of the island, by helicopter!
Photo by Bob Schutsky, tour leader
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Photo Yellow Warbler nests on Grand Manan.
Photo by Meredith Lombard
Baltimore Oriole is a common migrant.
Photo by Steve Dale
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Photo Dickcissel is always a good find.
Photo by Tom Amico
American Pipits are often heard as they come in for a landing. They prefer the beach and open grassy areas.
Photo by Tom Amico
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Photo Sparrows are common September and October, like this immature White-crowned Sparrow.
Photo by Tom Amico
Lincoln's Sparrows can be expected.
Photo by Barry Ulman
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Photo We look for Lark Sparrow, with its beautiful facial pattern.
Photo by Barry Ulman
Merlin is a feisty little falcon.
Photo by Rick Greenspun
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Photo Peregrine Falcons are often seen soaring above the coastal cliffs.
Photo by Steve Dale
Our offshore pelagic trip is quite productive and enjoyable.
Photo by John Puschock, previous tour leader
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Photo Common Loons are just that, quite common.
Photo by Tom Amico
Our boat trip yields whales, including
. . . Finback . . .
Photo by Les Eastman
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Photo . . . a Humpback breaching . . .
Photo by Bob Schutsky, tour leader
. . . and the very rare and endangered Northern Right Whale Dolphin.
Photo by John Puschock, previous tour leader
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Photo Atlantic Puffins are to be expected on our day at sea.
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