20204
Ontario

Ontario's Birding Hotspot: Point Pelee National Park

In a birding hotspot where thousands of songbirds find refuge, watch and listen for rare species and study plumage and bird behaviors.
Rating (5)
Program No. 20204RJ
Length
8 days
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Frances
(5)

Wonderful program! The location is a premier spot for birding, and the leader Tony Beck is absolutely world-class. I feel so privileged to have been able to spend time in his company. If you go on this trip, bring plenty of warm clothes, as the wind off the lake can be quite cool.

Grace
(5)

Excellent detail information and organization of the program attended. Daily activity, point of interests are true to the description.

Jim
(5)

We just returned from Pt Pelee and this was a great trip for spring migration around Lake Erie. Our guide Tony was an excellent birder by ear and by sight and made sure we all got to see the bird. We never get tired of seeing all the warblers in breeding plumage. Experiencing these hard wood forests in the fall is spectacular, but they are beautiful also in the spring. 5 stars! Jim and Nancy

Thomas
(5)

The tour leader is experienced, enthusiastic and works hard to find every bird along the way. Some were surprised to find it necessary to wake up daily at 4:45am to meet the 5:30am start of the day. There was considerable walking on most days so the several people with canes seemed to be struggling a bit by end of week. If you are a birder there is no better place than Point Pelee in the spring.

Joan
(5)

Loved this trip to Point Pelee with Tony Beck. Learned an awful lot, had a wonderful time and met some great people. Highly recommended.






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