|Starts||Jun 26th 2019|
|End||Jul 1st 2019|
|Participants||6 (Full! Send us an email to get on the early announce list for 2020)|
With thousands of nesting pairs of puffins to the northern part of the island, over 15,000 nesting pairs of gannets in the south, and thousands of other nesting seabirds like black-legged kittiwakes, common murres, thick-billed murres, and razorbills all within reach of our lenses, Newfoundland is the place to go to experience and photograph the intimate breeding period of species that otherwise spend their entire lives at sea. Join us for an adventure to the cliffs of this unspoiled island to photograph these spectacular birds!read more
Newfoundland is known as a quaint fishing community that provides an authentic glimpse into times past. For this trip, we will be staying primarily at small Bed & Breakfast establishments. To maximize our time in the field, we will take some bag lunches. You will be responsible for reserving and paying for your own transportation but rental cars are available right at St.John’s airport and we are happy to help coordinate car sharing among travelers. The drives that we will be doing are all very straightforward. All meals and lodging are included in this tour.
June 26 – Travel day
Fly in to St. Johns and drive to Clarenville for the overnight.
June 27 – Puffins!
Departing early in the morning, we will finish our drive northward to the coastal area and upon arrival, spend the remainder of the day photographing Puffins as they engage in nest building, courtship and other behaviors at their nesting cliffs.
June 28 – Puffins and Gannets
Spend the morning photographing Puffins at the cliffs. After lunch, we will drive through tundra terrain where we may encounter moose, caribu and other wildlife. We will arrive at Cape St. Marys for our first glimpse of the Gannets.
June 29 – Gannets at Cape St. Marys
We will spend the day at the amazing Bird Rock with the opportunity to photograph over 15,000 pairs of gannets as well as Black-legged Kittiwakes, Common Murres, Thick-billed Murres, and Razorbills.
June 30 – Gannets
We will spend the morning at Cape St. Marys again and then drive up through Witless bay where we will take a boat trip for the opportunity to photograph whales as well as puffins and other seabirds on the wing.
July 1 – Travel day
Transfer to the St. John’s airport for flight home