More than 370 species of birds have been recorded in Point Pelee and the surrounding area, making this one of the premiere birdwatching locations in North America. Point Pelee is an important migratory stop-over for neo-tropical migrants, both in the autumn and fall. As well, its Carolinian Forest provides breeding habitat for species that are rarely found elsewhere in Canada.
If you are interested in browsing through the species list, enjoy a virtual slide show of species by thumbnail pictures. Once on the thumbnail page, you can obtain more detailed information about a particular species by clicking on the magnifying glass, located on the slide border. You can directly link to any specific species descriptions using the scroll menus below. All descriptions appear courtesy of the book Birds of Canada, by W. Earl Godfrey.
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