Great North, Great Grays, Great Experiences 2024
Feb. 4-9, 2024Cost
$2600 for single room occupancy
$2200 for double room occupancy per person
Cost is for guiding fee, hotels, park/reserve entrance fee, rental car and packed lunches/breakfast.
Dinners will be self-pay.
Minimum number of participants 3, maximum number of participants 6Event overview
February in Minnesota is absolutely bone chilling with the average high temperature being 25 degrees Fahrenheit but all the birds we have the chance to see are top notch and totally worth braving the elements to experience. From Owls to Grouse to winter Finches, the birds will make you forget all about the cold. We will enjoy snowy landscapes and an assortment of birds but you might be asking, "Why February? Why not July?" Well, our targets birds and considered boreal species or birds that are found in the northern tundra that aren't this far south during the summer months, winter is the time to see them and Minnesota is one of the best places in the lower 48 to enjoy them as winter in Minnesota is the southern region of their ranges.
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For additional questions, please contact your guide Jeremy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-385-5721 ext. 3096
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