We are Renee, Duane and Gracie Collins and the Owners of Hare Bay Adventures. In 2017 we decided to return home to Newfoundland and Duane's home town Hare Bay after spending almost 12 years living in Churchill, Manitoba.

      2018 we launched Hare Bay Adventures to fulfill our passion of tourism and interpretation. We have over 15 years experience of guiding and interpretation  and an equal number of years of experience in customer service.

 

Let us be your guide as you set out on your adventures in Hare Bay!

 

Duane

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Contact us:

Email: harebayadventures@gmail.com

Phone: 709-537-2028

Cell: 709-424-3107

Mail: Box 15 Hare Bay, NL A0G 20P

BIRDING ON THE BAY

Birding on the Bay: 3 Day all inclusive Bird watching adventure

Hare Bay Adventures and The Shark Fishing Company are pleased offer a truly unique bird watching experience here in northeastern Newfoundland. Join us on a this 3 day/ 3 night all inclusive birding adventure. You will get to explore areas that few birders ever get to see while accompanied by guides who are intimately familiar with the region. From the birds of the boreal forest to those of the offshore pelagic zone this is your chance at a birding experience of a lifetime. Hurry and book now. Space is limited.  

What is included:

- Transportation upon arrival from Gander airport ( other locations can be arranged for a fee)

- Accommodations for 3 days and 3 nights

- All meals

- 2 Guides

- 1 Day in the Boreal Forest, 1 day on a boat in the Pelagic Zone, and 1 day along the Shore

Clients expense:

- Alcoholic beverages

- Gifts/ personal purchases

- Gratuities

Examples of bird species viewing possibilities: 

-  Spruce grouse, willow Ptarmigan, Gray Jay, Boreal Chickadee, Blackpoll Warbler, Pine Grosbeak, Rough- Legged Hawk, Northern Hawk Owl, Three-toed, woodpecker, Red Crossbill, White- winged Crossbill, Short eared owl

- Northern Fulmar, Greater Shearwater, Manx Shearwater, Northern Gannet, Parasitic Jaeger, Common Murre, Black Guillemont, Atlantic Puffin, Leach's Storm- Petrel, Wilson's Storm Petrel, Great Skua, Razorbill, Pomarine Jaeger, Cory's Shearwater

- Black-bellied Plover, Whimbrel, Ruddy Turnstone, Sanderling, Common Eider, Long-Tailed Duck, Purple Sandpiper, Red Phalarope, Red-necked Pharlarope, Northern Lapwing, Piping Plover

 

( This is not a complete list, and it is to be remember when viewing wildlife there are NO guarantees what we will see)