Irving Nature Park is situated just on the outskirts of Saint John. The walking trails are named after the wildlife you are likely to see. The squirrel trail and the chipmunk trail are the most popular. The trails are covered with soft woodchip and so are easy on the joints when walking or jogging. There are some lovely white-sand beaches here, as well as the more traditional wood-covered forest trails.
This is a popular spot for bird-watching, and over 250 species have been spotted here, including cormorants, the black-capped chickadee (New Brunswick's provincial bird), tree swallows, loons, great blue herons, sandpipers, geese, black ducks, and many more. The views over the Bay of Fundy are spe...Read More