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Saskatchewan in Fall ~ Southbound Cranes and Geese

September 30, 2019 to October 05, 2019 — 5 days

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Whooping Crane. Photo Gary Davidson (c)
Single Whooping Crane in with Sandhill Cranes. Saskatchewan, 2017. Photo (c) Chris Charlesworth
Snow & Ross's geese. Saskatchewan, 2017. Photo (C) Chris Charlesworth
Merlin. Saskatchewan, 2017. Photo: (c) Chris Charlesworth
Spruce Grouse. Prince Albert, SK. 2018. Photo: (c) Chris Charlesworth
Lapland Longspur. Saskatchewan, 2018. Photo: (c) Chris Charlesworth
Fall colours at Prince Albert National Park. Sep 2018. Photo: (c) Chris Charlesworth
  • Massive numbers of migrating Sandhill Cranes expected, along with one of the world’s rarest living birds, the Whooping Crane as they move south to wintering grounds. We saw a whopping 157 Whooping Cranes in one day on our 2018 tour!!
  • Spectacle of migrating geese including Canada, Cackling, Snow, Ross’s and Greater White-fronted geese, as well as an abundance of migrating ducks.
  • Migrating songbirds including numbers of Lapland Longspurs, American Pipit, Snow Buntings, various sparrows and if we’re lucky, Smith’s Longspur.
  • Chance to see elusive game birds; Gray Partridge and the declining Sharp-tailed Grouse.
  • Visit Prince Albert National Park for boreal species such as Gray Jay, Black-backed Woodpecker, Spruce Grouse and more!
  • Evening owl outing with local banders.

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