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Niagara River Gull Watching Trip

This is an all day trip (end time is appoximate).

Gull watching is one of the most popular and challenging aspects of birding. Gulls come in a variety of plumages and are often easy to observe closely, making the challenge of finding rarities exciting.

The Niagara River hosts the largest collection of wintering inland gulls in North America! The Niagara River Parkway has numerous great lookouts of the Niagara River for observing gulls.

Meet at 8:00 am in the Wild Birds Unlimited parking lot at 951 Gordon St. (Unit 3) in Guelph to carpool,


Meet around 9:15 am near the washroom in Queen’s Royal Park overlooking the Niagara River (junction of Regent and Front Streets).

Dress warmly and bring lunch and drinks.

Lastly, bring binoculars and spotting scopes if you have them. If not, no worries, there will be plenty around and lots of friendly birders happy to share!

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