Warblers, Warblers, and More Warblers!
The Peak of Spring Migration in Northern Ohio
If you are interested in seeing the spring migration at its peak and in the best location, then go no further than this popular tour. The southern shore of Lake Erie serves as a very effective "stopper" for neotropical birds as they wing their way north toward their breeding grounds. Here, at migrant "traps", you will see some of the most beautiful birds North America has to offer. Scarlet Tanagers and Baltimore Orioles are numerous, Indigo Buntings and Rose-breasted Grosbeaks will be seen in good numbers, and oh yes, there are a few warblers as well. Over 30 species of warblers can be expected on this tour with just a little effort. From Magnolias to American Redstarts and everything in between will be tallied. It will be a challenge to pull ourselves from the popular birding venues, but there are lesser known (but just as birdy!) locations that will beckon us. We can expect to see more of the neotropical parade of course, but we will also see what other habitats may have for the offering. If you are looking for a smaller group at your own pace (whether slow or fast) for the height of spring migration, contact us for more details. Depending on the length of your tour, we may hit as many as 4 or 5 different eco-zones, resulting in a tremendous diversity of species. This tour is from Toledo, OH.
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