Outer Banks – Pelagic Birding

Outer Banks - Pelagic Birding

Please contact Paul Guris with Sea Life Paulagics for pricing and availability
www.paulagics.com

Have you ever seen a Black-capped Petrel or a Band-rumped Storm-Petrel? How about a White-tailed Tropicbird or Trinadade(Herald) Petrel? Book a pelagic birding trip aboard the Country Girl and let us help you add these amazing birds to your life list.
The Country Girl departs from Manteo on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. As you may already know, Manteo’s proximity to great land birding locations like Alligator River NWR (Swainson’s Warbler), Palmetto Peartree Preserve (Red -cockaded Woodpecker), and Pea Island NWR make it the perfect place for an extended trip.

Some of the Many Possibilities

Trinadade/Herald Petrel, Fea’s Petrel, Bermuda Petrel, Black Capped Petrel, Long-tailed Tropicbird, Red-billed Tropicbird, Cory’s Shearwater, Greater Shearwater, Sooty Shearwater, Manx Shearwater, Audubon’s Shearwater, White-faced Storm-petrel, Wilson’s Storm-petrel, Leach’s Storm-petrel, Band-Rumped Storm-petrel, Pomarine Jaeger, Parasitic Jaeger, Long-tailed Jaeger, Roseate Tern, Common Tern, Arctic Tern, Bridled Tern, Sooty Tern, and more.

Rarities

North America’s first accepted Black-bellied Storm-petrel.
North America’s second accepted Bullwer’s Petrel.
Multiple European Storm-petrels.
Multiple Bermuda Petrels.
Both White-tailed and Red-billed Tropicbirds.