Canada is a vast country, stretching from the Great Lakes to the Arctic and including some of the most wonderful wild places in North America. The birdwatching hotspot of Point Pelee on Lake Erie is one of the best places in the world to witness huge numbers of birds migrating. The province of Manitoba has many superb birding areas from the lakes, forests and prairies of the south to the Arctic wildernesses around Churchill on the Hudson Bay. This DVD-Video tells the story of a tour of all of these places including beautiful footage of some of the most exciting birds in North America. Lasting over an hour, you can join Dave Gosney as he experiences the thrills of some of the best birding in Canada without getting nearly as cold or wet as he does.
Highlights of this DVD include:
Close-up shots of the exceptionally beautiful Ross's Gull
Remarkable footage of the secretive Yellow Rail
Spruce and Ruffed Grouse performing their amazing displays
Great Grey Owl, a close encounter with the old man of the forest
Amazing displaying American Woodcock
Gorgeous footage of summer-plumaged divers and grebes
Shorebirds galore including Wilson's Phalarope, Upland Sandpiper, American Avocet, Baird's, Least and Semipalmated Sandpipers as well as Hudsonian and Marbled Godwits
The excitement of a fall of sparrows dropping out of the mist at Point Pelee
and lots more.
Running time 65 minutes