Feathers, Flocks & Towering Rocks

Starting on September 30, 2018 8:00 am

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Catch an exclusive guided tour of the Bruce Peninsula Bird Observatory. Join us and Dr. Stefane Menu for a VIP look at the important work of this picturesque research station. This Cabot Head area tour features migratory birds surrounded by unique geological wonders and pristine waters. Experience bird netting, banding and monitoring.Explore the secluded Wingfield Basin, site of the wreck Gargantua. Hike along the turquoise shores of Georgian Bay through ancient cedars with scenic views. Enjoy a picnic lunch atop towering majestic cliffs.

Discover a disappearing stream, a glacial pothole and the Devil’s Monument flowerpot. Enjoy endless opportunities for nature and wildlife photography.

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  • Rating:145px Ski trail rating symbol blue square.svg This adventure is rated moderate. Light walking at bird observatory, followed by moderate Bruce Trail hiking over uneven terrain with slippery sections near Cape Chin.
  • Where: Meet at Dyer’s Bay Parking lot.
  • When:  Start @ 8:00 AM on June 3rd and 10th, Sept 9th and 23rd. Duration approx. 5 hours
  • What to bring: Sturdy footwear, sunscreen, water, rain gear if inclement weather, snacks, camera, binoculars
  • Price: $99.00 (+HST). Includes picnic clifftop lunch. Net proceeds to BPBA conservation work.

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