"For three weeks every summer, Miscou Island plays host to migrating shorebirds called whimbrels that fly in from the Arctic and feast on the region’s bounty of wild berries before undertaking an extraordinary non-stop journey across 6,000 kilometres of open ocean."

Read Ivan Semeniuk's full article published in The Globe and Mail on Aug 27, 2018

In New Brunswick’s blueberry country, a ‘nuisance’ bird earns respect and allies