Pelee Island

Pelee Island is in Ontario, Canada, located at the confluence of two migration routes – the Atlantic Flyway and the Mississippi flyway. The Island is a significant stopover site for many species of birds and insects (like monarch butterflies). Birding is a popular pastime and draw for tourism as well as the annual pheasant hunt on the island.

Get in

By boat

There are two ferries from Canada and one from the US. You need to make reservations as they can be fully booked for weeks.

Fees/permits

If you are fishing in Ontario or Canadian waters, make sure you have the appropriate fishing license. Same for the annual pheasant hunt. You will need the appropriate license.

Get around

Bicycling is the best way to see the 9 mile island. They are available for rent near the West Dock.

Do

Sleep

Lodging

Check out www.pelee.org for a list of all the places available to rent.

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