Spring Birding in the Canadian Rockies
Come join Rocky Mountain Escape in the beautiful Alberta Rocky Mountains for a spectacular birding tour. This excursion will be a 3 day, 2 night package focusing on discovering the wonders of the spring songbird migration in the front ranges of the Canadian Rockies. If you’re looking for different activities to enjoy while hiking through the Rockies, you can also have a look at the different Canadian Rockies tours offered through many different vacation tour providers.
Arrive at Rocky Mountain Escape mid-afternoon to settle into your private log cabin. Stroll down to a gravel bar on Munn Creek with your birding guide. Watch for warblers, sparrows, finches, jays and juncos singing amongst the willows, poplars and spruce. Free time to enjoy the stars and spectacular views.
- Day 2
Transportation to Rock Lake with your birding guide. Watch for waterfowl, eagles and hawks, and the ever-present songbirds. Provide you own lunch at Rock Lake, followed by transportation to the Wild Hay River. A short hike (< 2 km) takes us to a lowland area to watch for marsh birds. Late afternoon return to the 'Escape. Overnight accommodation at the 'Escape.
Take a leisurely stroll along the Munn Creek Trail through subalpine forest to search for more songbirds and grouse, followed by a leisurely departure.
- Group size: 4 – 8
- Dates available from May 15 to June 15
- Two nights private cabin accommodation (secluded log cabins)
- Birding guide
- Transportation to and from trailheads