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We are going to visit Newfoundland in the fall. Can someone recommend a good book or two covering where to bird in Newfoundland?
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I can't help with your query but I've moved it to hopefully somewhere you might get some good replies.
Yes, I own a book called Birding in Atlantic Canada: Newfoundland, by Roger Burrows. (Jesperson Press, 1989). I only had a week there, so didn't even begin to really take advantage of it, but it's an excellent guide to sites.

My own favourite place, for birds at least, was Stephenville crossing; lots of potential for rarities there.

However, for my money, the best part of the trip is the crossing over from North Sydney; lots of Storm-petrels and small whales to see (we were pretty lucky with the weather though - calm and sunny both coming and going).
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