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NatureNB reports spring birds flooding into New Brunswick and even an early spring pepper. On Grand Manan ,Roger Burrows reported grackles, starlings and other birds on March 20th while Laurie Murison reported the following from Long Eddy Point:
harbour porpoises harbour seals 1 common loon (non-breeding plumage) 1 double-crested cormorant many black guillemots (breeding and non-breeding plumage) 1 puffin razorbills common murres and possible thick-billed murres many red-breasted mergansers 2 brant feeding (not on eel grass) herring gulls greater black back gulls In the woods: dark-eyed juncos, robins, woodcock, white-throated sparrow, black-capped chickadees. No grackles yet.
Photo Credit, Common Grackle: wikipedia.com