Come To Newfoundland With Me! (SOLD OUT)

**UPDATE: This trip is now SOLD OUT**

I am co-leading a tour with Ilya to Newfoundland with Avocet Tours June 11-17th, 2022.

You can read the full details of the itinerary, the cost and what birds we will see. Plus you can learn how to sign up HERE

The trip is almost full and I hope to have you join us for an awesome time in one of the most beautiful spots in Canada! Seeing the seabird colonies of Atlantic Puffins, Razorbills, Black Guillemots, Thick-billed Murres and Gannets is not to be missed! We will also see eastern warblers, forest songbirds and great land mammals (like Caribou, Moose and Fox) and of course whales too.

You can email me at bcbirdergirl(at)gmail(dot.com) or Chris Charlesworth at c_charlesworth23(at)hotmail(dot)com with any questions.

We should see many Magnolia Warblers in Newfoundland - Photo: Ilya Povalyaev

Willow Ptarmigans will be one of the birds to delight us in NFLD - Photo: Ilya Povalyaev

Blackpoll Warblers will be numerous in NFLD - Photo: Ilya Povalyaev

Bohemian Waxwings are a target on this tour - Photo: Ilya Povalyaev

Common Murre such as above and Thick-billed Murres will be a target - Photo: Ilya Povalyaev

We will be looking for Tennessee Warblers in NFLD - Photo: Ilya Povalyaev

Northern Gannets are numerous in Newfoundland - Photo: Chris Charlesworth 

Red Fox is just one of the many mammals we will see by land - Photo: Melissa Hafting 

    Great Black-backed Gull is common in NFLD - Photo: Melissa Hafting

We have a good chance of seeing Manx Shearwaters - Photo: Melissa Hafting

Newfoundland is one of the best spots in Canada to see Tufted Ducks - Photo: Melissa Hafting

Rusty Blackbird will be a target in NFLD - Photo: Melissa Hafting

Black-legged Kittiwakes will be a fun bird to see in NFLD - Photo: Melissa Hafting

We will be looking for whales while on the water such as these Humpbacks! - Photo: Ilya Povalyaev 


Comments

  1. Wow! Sounds like a fun trip. I wish I could go one day when I’m older!!

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    1. I wish you could come too raymond! I bet you one day you will be leading one yourself! :D

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  2. Looking forward to your results esp. with GC Thrush :)

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    1. thanks we are really looking forward to it. don't think we will be seeing any gcth but by god we will try ;-) luckily it is not the main target of these folks who are really wanting the incredible seabirds. have a nice group most from bc, some from ab and some from california. this inaugural trip was so popular and sold out so fast chris has already put out one for the following year which is already half full. people are eager to travel especially to your beautiful province rich with amazing birds and wildlife. cheers and hope you are well. john reynolds and ilya and i just did a iba bird count still remember meeting you with jr.

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