Are you looking to plan a trip to Southern Manitoba and are you interested in seeing some of the local bird species found here? Let our local Winnipeg based bird expert Christian Artuso take you out on a custom day tour, or multi-day tour of the region. In the spring and summer months, the grassland habitats of Southern Manitoba are home to birds such as Chestnut-collared Longspur, Baird's Sparrow, Sprague's Pipit and Ferruginous Hawk. Vast wetlands are inhabited by the elusive Yellow Rail, as well as American Bitterns, tiny Sedge Wrens and the rather boisterous Yellow-headed Blackbird. Mixed forests east of Winnipeg are home to an array of colorful breeding warbler species such as Mourning, Black-throated Green, Connecticut and Chestnut-sided warblers, as well as other boreal forest species such as Spruce Grouse, Boreal Chickadee and Black-backed Woodpecker. During the winter there is a good chance of finding sought after owl species such as the Great Gray Owl, Snowy Owl and Northern Hawk-Owl. Join Christian for an unforgettabe birding experience in Southern Manitoba.