Birding Information

Point Pelee is part of a peninsula, located at the crossroads of two major migration routes, extending into the western basin of Lake Erie. It is one of the first points of land spring migration reach in the pre-dawn hours when crossing Lake Erie at night.

By the end of April, the first wave of songbirds arrives. The best time to see the greatest diversity of songbirds is the first three weeksof May. Forty-two (42) of the 55 regularly occurring warbler species in North America have been recorded at Point Pelee.
  
Detailed information about Spring and Fall migration
 
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Friends of Point Pelee - Migration Reports 
 
Share your sightings with PointPeleeNP at www.ebird.ca
 
Birds found at Point Pelee National Park
From top: Yellow Warbler, Scarlet Tanager, Blackburnian Warbler, Red-headed Woodpecker, and Prothonotary Warbler
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Friends of Point Pelee
Phone: 888-707-3533

Point Pelee National Park
Phone: 888-773-8888
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