Fall is a fine time for the Quebec birding and whales tour as autumnal colours blanket the countryside in la Belle Province, Quebec.
Starting in historic Quebec City, we first visit Jacques-Cartier Park, renowned for its vistas and beautiful fall foliage displays. We will also visit the Léon Provancher marsh near the Saint-Lawrence River. There we will look for late residents and fall migrant birds. Next we head down along the mighty St Lawrence River first to Cap-Tourmente where thousands of Greater Snow Geese and other waterfowl have gathered at the national wildlife area, next to the remarkable Grands-Jardins park for boreal and tundra species, followed by a day along the spectacular Charlevoix landscape on to Tadoussac and the mouth of the Saguenay River for shorebirds and whale-watching.ar.
Sept. 24 – Oct. 3, 2018 (10 days)
The price has not been set – but when it is, our 5% discount coupon will apply.
Tour Start/End: Québec City
Guide: Pierre Richard
Maximum group size: 12