Fundy Shorebirds - Publications
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Eight-paged booklet gives a good overview and explanation of what occurs in the Fundy region of Canada during the fall migration of shorebirds.Shorebirds of Fundy (english) (pdf)
Les becasseux de Fundy (version francaise) (pdf)
Brochure focuses specifically on the Minas Basin and its shorebirds.Shorebirds of the Minas Basin (english) (pdf)
Les oiseaux de rivage dans le bassin des Mines (version francaise) (pdf)
General articles about shorebirds in Nova Scotia that originally appeared in publications of Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources.
Fundy project (2004)http://www.gov.ns.ca/natr/wildlife/conserva/6-fundyShorebird.pdf
Counting migratory shorebirds (1992)http://www.gov.ns.ca/natr/wildlife/conserva/16-01-5.htm
Interpretive panels and signage on display at the Evangeline Beach Shorebird Pavilion.
Fundy Tides: A primer on tides with particular focus on Fundy. Clearly explains the how and why of tides, and then goes on to explain why the highest tides in world occur inThe Bay of Fundy.http://www.valleyweb.com/fundytides/
Factsheet on shorebirds prepared by the Canadian Wildlife Servicehttp://www.hww.ca/hww2.asp?id=75
Factsheet on the Semipalmated sandpiper prepared by the Canadian Wildlife Servicehttp://www.hww.ca/hww2.asp?pid=1&id=74&cid=7
Webpage about shorebirds prepared by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service.
Factsheet on the shorebirds of Fundy prepared by the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History.
Text prepared by
Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources (NSDNR)