Virginia birdwatching at its best. Excitement is in the air
when you join Assateague Explorer's Bird Watching Tour in
this special region of Virginia. A spectacular way of birdwatching along Assateague
Island National Seashore. We
see bald eagles most every day. Migrating birds along Assateague Island
National Seashore exist in some areas of the refuge that visitors can
only encounter by boat. Our
bird watching cruises offer you the best way
to experience many of the shore birds along the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge at Assateague.
yourself with a mixture of species in this sanctuary. The extensive
mudflats here are the perfect place to see oystercatchers, plovers
and more on your birding voyage along Assateague's calm waterway.
It is a thrilling experience and the most efficient way to to see
shore birds and other species of birds here.
Our Chincoteague Island native captain knows where to take you birding
in this part of Virginia. Many
will encounter with us are
in secluded parts of the U.S. Fish
& Wildlife Refuge. We
have binoculars and a bird book for you to use while on the tour
but feel free to bring yours also.
take you to parts of Chincoteague NWR that provide an awe-inspiring
experience. This area is exceptionally important for migrating birds.
We see different species of migratory shore birds most every day
on our tours (May thru October). You will
go to areas where we encounter bald
eagles on a daily basis.
birding trip travels the protected inner coastal waters along Assateague
Island, Chincoteague and Wallops Island in Virginia. You'll experience
the best scenery that Assateague and Chincoteague
Island offer. Magnificent
coves, creeks and salt marshes await you.
We search for osprey, black
falcons, terns, pelicans,
godwits, curlews, plovers, dunlins and
more. The birding tours take you to see the most beautiful and wildlife
abundant areas of the refuge. You will treasure the wildlife
and scenic wetlands you discover near the
Assateague Lighthouse and many seldom
visited pristine areas here.
Migrating species stop here during the Summer.