Discover your True Nature

North America’s largest bird migratory path

Discover a new experience in nature at Prince Edward Point, North America’s largest bird migratory path. Whether you’re curious about a bird you’ve seen once or you’re hoping to identify every bird you can find, the answers are waiting for you at Pebbles.

Experience the Prince Edward Point National Wildlife Area

Whether you’re a beginner or experienced birder, there’s a world of joy out there for everyone. Look here for good places to bird in Prince Edward County, advice on how to get started and other resources.

Birding Weekend Package

Required fields are followed by *

Why you will love your nature getaway

  • Expert tips, range maps, photos, and sounds help you learn about the birds you spot and build birding skills.
  • Discover a new bird species each day with your own personalized Bird of the Day
  • Get customized lists of birds you can find where you live or travel – anywhere in the world!
  • Keep track of your sightings—build your personal list of the birds you find

The resort area experiences heavy bird migration. Single-day totals of greater scaup, long-tailed duck, and white-winged scoters have exceeded 1% of their total North American populations. Single-day totals of common birds exceed 10,000 individuals for species like tree swallows, long-tailed ducks, and yellow-rumped warblers. The single-day count of dark-eyed juncos has exceeded 70,000 birds. Scroll down to see a comprehensive Bird species coverage overview for the area!

  • Pebbles Beach Resort is surrounded by the Prince Edward Point National Wildlife Area (NWA) which occupies the eastern end of this peninsula, consisting of 546 hectare (ha) of forest, grassland, and wetland habitats.
  • Prince Edward Point Bird Observatory (PEPtBO) is a registered charity with a mandate to monitor, report on and promote analysis of bird migration and to act as official caretaker of the Prince Edward County South Shore Important Bird and Biodiversity area (IBA).

Download the Cornell University Merlin Bird App

What’s that bird? Ask Merlin—the world’s leading app for birds. Just like magic, Merlin Bird ID will help you solve the mystery.

Merlin Bird ID helps you identify birds you see and hear. Merlin is unlike any other bird app—it’s powered by eBird, the world’s largest database of bird sightings, sounds, and photos.

Merlin offers four fun ways to identify birds. Answer a few simple questions, upload a photo, record a singing bird, or explore birds in a region.