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Initial Last Name Area Available Language
C Ryan Bay Bulls Anytime English
G Parsons Labrador City, Labrador Anytime English
Labrador is a vast territory, I live in the western part. For the most part we have Boreal Birds. In the spring and fall we have good migration numbers. There have been about 175 species in total seen in my area. There are limited roads and very few services along them.
A Hughes St. John's Anytime English, French
A couple of weeks ago my cousin and I, along with our wives, had the great pleasure of birding the Newfoundland Avalon for several days under the guidance and tutelage of Anne Hughes. This message is just to record publicly our thanks to Birdingpal and to Anne for her great generosity and her extensive knowledge of the birds of Newfoundland. Birding with her was a joy and a privilege.
T Boland St. John's Anytime English
B Kelly St. Johns Anytime English
The closest "big" city to me would be St.johns its only 20 mins away. I'm not far from Quidi Vidi Lake which is one of the best places in Atlantic Canada for gull birding. Also Ii'm not far from some great shore and sea bird watching. I'm a beginner photographer, active conservationist and dedicated birdwatcher.
Visit my web site
A Buckley St. Johns Anytime English, French, German
The island offers great birding at anytime of the year. North American rarities regularly show up on the Avalon Peninsula throughout the year. Gulls are best seen during the winter, breeding colonies of seabirds in the summer are spectacular, Southern vagrants during the fall and unpredictable spring migration makes the island very enticing! For thorough information about birding NL through the seasons visit my blog under the NL tab.
www.alvanbuckley.blogspot.com


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Initial Last Name Area Available Language
J Clarke St. John's Anytime English
Jared Clarke is a native Newfoundland who grew up on the northeast coast of the province and was introduced to the outdoors at a very young age – often by his grandfathers. Always a nature enthusiast, he became interested in birds while working for a local conservation group and never looked back. While his “day job” is that of a health researcher at Memorial University of Newfoundland, his passion is birding. He has led tours big and small across his province in his “spare time”, from historic St. John’s to the ancient Viking settlement of L’Anse aux Meadows on the northern tip of the island and many points in between. Combining his keen knowledge of local birds with a broad base of natural and cultural history, his tours can be well-rounded and informative for both birders and their sometimes less-fanatic spouses/family.

Local Information
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Last update 02/03/2014