The Prince Edward Point Bird Observatory Spring Birding Festival include guided walks and tours, workshops, and banding demonstrations.
Guided Bird walks, Spring-time bird banding demonstrations, and Fall Northern saw-whet owl banding, World Migratory Bird Day celebrations, PEPtBO Photography Contest and more!
Prince Edward Point National Wildlife Area (NWA) is located about 20 kilometres (km) southeast of Picton, Ontario, along the northeast shore of Lake Ontario. Since the mid-1960s, this section of the Long Point Peninsula has been recognized as an important area for migratory birds. The geographic location and diversity of habitats causes a spectacular number of migratory passerine birds to concentrate at the tip of the peninsula. Also, large numbers of diurnal and nocturnal raptors pass through the area during spring and fall migration.
Who is it for?
Free & Ticketed Events
Guided Birding Trips (registration required): $20 to $40
How to get tickets?
WHEN & WHERE
Date & Time: May 11 to 20, 2019 – Schedule
Prince Edward Point Bird Observatory, 6056 Long Point Rd, Milford
Prince Edward Point Bird Observatory is located in the Prince Edward Point National Wildlife Area at the south eastern point of Prince Edward County.