WHY LONG POINT?
#1 – A Birding Mecca!
Long Point Peninsula attracts thousands of songbirds each spring fall and receives the some of the highest waterfowl & bird migration use of any area on the Great Lakes. Beginning in April through to June and August through to December Long Point Peninsula is loaded with songbirds, shorebirds & waterfowl. On any given day the skies can be black birds; a spectacle you really must see.
#2 – A Short Drive Away!
Experience world-class birding on the tip of Long Point Ontario. Situated less than 2 hours south west of Toronto & 1.5 hours south east of London; Long Point is known by many as a birding mecca!
#3 – World Biosphere Reserve!
In 1982, Long Point National Wildlife Area was recognized as a wetland of international significance under the Ramsar Convention. It was designated as a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1986 and is a protected landscape.
WHY CHOOSE US?
#1 – It’s All About the Experience!
Join your experienced guide/boat captain and journey to a birding oasis. While on the tip of Long Point meet and greet the Long Point Bird Observatory staff & volunteers as they capture and band birds right on the tip of Long Point. This is your only way to explore the miles of undisturbed trails!
#2 – A Smooth Ride!
Ride aboard our Zodiac tour boat! This fast yet very safe boat can comfortably seat 7 passengers and will get you out where you can’t go by land; the Tip of Long Point!
#3 – Loaded With Songbirds!
Long Point Peninsula attracts over 390 different species of bird each year, in the same volume (usually more) then the well known Point Pelee National Park. Because most of Long Point is protected, this the only way to access this bottle neck of birds!
Long Point Bird Watching Shuttles
Birding Shuttles Run From April 8th to May 31st 2017