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Birding Sites of Nova Scotia

Blake Maybank

554 pages
Nimbus Publishing
Nova Scotia is a birder's paradise- the trick is knowing where to go to catch sight of the dainty piping plover, stately blue heron, or cheeky blue jay. This problem is solved within the pages of this invaluable guidebook, which divides Nova Scotia by county, pinpointing the best birding sites, how to reach them, and on-site orientation. Complete with maps and chockfull of useful information such as special birds to see, species of note, and key details for each site (i.e. amenities, points of interest, and habitats), this guidebook is sure to delight the bird fancier in your life, or be a welcome addition to your own feathered pursuits!
Author Bio
John Igloliorte, hunter, storyteller, and artist, grew up in the village of Nain in the 1940s and '50s. His deep affection for his Inuit culture is poignantly woven into the story of his life and the drawings that enrich it.