Point Pelee Bird Migration

Leisurely bird watching at world famous Point Pelee National Park, during the Festival of Birds. Over 100 species of birds migrate through this area each spring. Early morning or twilight outings to the tip promise a symphony of bird calls. Short hiking loops provide oportunity for bird spotting, as does the marsh boardwalk & observation tower. Canoeing on the marsh provides more of Pelee's bird watching experiences. A bike trail along the east shore, and sandy beaches are easily accessed.
We will be sharing a rented cottage that sleeps 7, on the Lake Erie shore near Point Pelee Park gates. The days are at your leisure, and self guided. Guided bird hikes with the Friends of Point Pelee need to be booked early.

The Basics
Event Location: 
Point Pelee National Park, near Leamington
Date(s) & Time: 
Sunday, May 12, 2013 (All day)
Registration Cut Off: 
Book as soon as possible.
Event Duration: 
3 days
Difficulty Rating: 
Beginner
Participant Info
Maximum Group Size: 
Rented cottage sleeps 7.
How to Get There
Event Directions: 

Exit HWY 401 at exit # 48, and follow HWY 77 south into Leamington. Continue south on County Road 33 into the park.

Event Coordinator/s Contact Information
Contact (Name): 
Janet Kuzniar
Phone: 
(905) 840-6015