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Hurkett Cove

Hurkett Cove

About This Area

In 2005, Andy Bezener of “Birds Ontario” selected Hurkett Cove as one of the top birding sites in Ontario. See songbirds along the trail, raptors overhead, and waterfowl and shorebirds in the Cove or along the Black Bay shore. Choose Hurkett Cove if you are looking for an exciting place to view wildlife or visit for a day trip. Birding experts consider Hurkett Cove Conservation Area to be the “Pelee of the North!”

Black Bay Rd, Dorion, ON P0T 1K0

Hurkett Cove

Black Bay Rd, Dorion, ON P0T 1K0

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