Rooted in the appreciation and wonder of birds, birdwatching is a popular hobby where novice birdwatchers and experts enjoy the different birds the region has to offer.
Birdwatchers range from backyard hobbyists to enthusiasts who travel far to spot a rare bird. The Pontiac is a unique region for this hobby, because some of the rare bird species, such as the grasshopper sparrow, eastern meadowlark and bobolink are declining elsewhere in Quebec.
Sheenboro resident, Vincent Agnesi is a self-taught avid birder originally . . .
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