Where to Bird
An Important Bird Area where thousands of Brant, Northern Pintail, and other waterfowl gather to feed, shelter, and socialize each winter.
A woodland on a bluff overlooking Lake Superior where more Northern Goshawks are tallied than anywhere else.
An urban magnet for migrating warblers with a beautiful, panoramic view of the South Saskatchewan River in Saskatoon.
A prairie just north of Winnipeg where hundreds of thousands of southbound waterfowl stop over in fall.
Located on the shore of Lake Erie, a great place to watch migrating raptors in fall.
See migrating and wintering waterfowl and spectacular songbirds in spring and fall on this island between Detroit and Windsor, Ontario.
An Important Bird Area well known for owls, raptors, waterfowl, and shorebirds.
In winter, 10 or more Snowy Owls often inhabit this area of about 40 square miles of fields east of Calgary. Also watch for Gyrfalcons, Snow Buntings, and Short-eared Owls.
132. Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary, Delta, British Columbia
Visit this park overlooking the Chehalis River Estuary to see migrating songbirds, shorebirds, and geese in fall and breathtaking numbers of Bald Eagles in winter.
Alberta's first migratory-bird sanctuary is a great spot for waterfowl, woodpeckers, and songbirds.
121. Wisconsin Point, Superior, Wisconsin - BirdWatching
78. Tommy Thompson Park, Toronto, Ontario