1. Hermit Thrush
“Kejimkujik National Park provides various habitats for many bird species, making it an idyllic place for birders,” says Éric Le Bel. The Hermit Thrush is an insectivorous bird and is very active during the day, foraging the forest floor and the lower parts of foliage to feed itself and its young. It plays an important role to control insect abundance in all habitats.
2. White-breasted Nuthatch
The White-breasted Nuthatch can be seen year round. It is a real acrobat and climbs up and down tree trunks looking for insects. Also check out: 5 Best Canadian National Parks for Birding.
3. American Woodcock
The long beak of the American Woodcock is the ideal tool to hunt for worms in moist and muddy woodlands. “Its camouflage is so good you may not see it until you’re about to step on it, almost giving you a small heart attack,” says Le Bel.