World-renowned birding hotspot in the southern most point of Canada draws 275,000 visitors a year and has recorded more than 390 species. The Visitor Centre features exhibits and a theatre as well as a shuttle service to the Tip of Canada. Extensive trails tour through forests, savannahs, including a boardwalk with an observation tower at the marsh. “The Warbler Capital of Canada” is also the temporary home to many other migrants, from waterfowl to shorebirds and songbirds to birds of prey. Open year-round it’s a great place to start.