Ile Bonaventure Bird Sanctuary

Description

The Ile Bonaventure Bird Sanctuary, also known as Bonaventure Island, became a migratory bird sanctuary in 1919. It is one of the largest bird sanctuaries in the world, with more than 280,000 birds. In the summer and early fall, the bird sanctuary becomes a big tourist hotspot. Boat and island tours are available to help guide you through the vast wildlife.

Address

4 Quai St.
New Brunswick, Canada G0C 2L0

Lat/Long

48.49603700, -64.16250400
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