The Dawn Chorus - Nature's Symphony

  • May 7, 2023 5:30 a.m.-7:45 a.m.
  • Friar's Head Observation Deck

    Friars Observation Deck accessed off Provincial Road 774, about 0.7 miles west of the main entrance to Roosevelt Campobello International Park
    Wilsons Beach, New Brunswick E5E 1B3
Ticket Price (CAD) Free This event is now over
Description

Join us on May 7th - International Dawn Chorus Day - for an unforgettable experience of witnessing the dawn chorus of birds at Friars Head on Campobello Island, New Brunswick. As the sun rises over the horizon, the forest comes alive with the melodious songs of various bird species.

Listen to the sweet melodies of warblers, thrushes, sparrows, and other songbirds as they greet the new day. The chorus of sounds is truly awe-inspiring and a reminder of the beauty of nature.

Bring your binoculars and cameras for a chance to observe and capture these feathered creatures in action. Park employees and local bird enthusiast, Susan Cline will be there guide you through the distinct sounds. 

Booking is necessary, limited capacity! There will be three(3) times slots available, please be aware of this when reserving your ticket online. This is to keep the noise down but maximize the event for as many visitors as possible to enjoy! 

5:30AM - 6:15AM (ADT), 6:15AM - 7:00AM (ADT), 7:00AM - 7:45 (ADT) are the available time slots. All times are in Atlantic Daylight Savings Time.

Refreshments will be provided - FREE. 

Date & Time

May 7, 2023 5:30 a.m.-7:45 a.m.

Venue Details

Friar's Head Observation Deck

Friars Observation Deck accessed off Provincial Road 774, about 0.7 miles west of the main entrance to Roosevelt Campobello International Park
Wilsons Beach, New Brunswick E5E 1B3 Friar's Head Observation Deck
Roosevelt Campobello Intl. Park
Roosevelt Campobello International Park, the world's only "international" park, preserves the magnificent summer home of U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt on Campobello Island, New Brunswick, Canada. Governed by an international Commission, the Park preserves the historic homes and stunning Natural Area that the Roosevelts so loved.