Jason is a bilingual birder. A resident of Sutton who is out on most mornings in the spring exploring different areas looking and listening for birds. Jason can identify most local birds by their songs and is passionate about sharing his enthusiasm for birds.
Jason also takes trips to good birding spots. In addition to Sutton, Granby and other locations in the Eastern Townships, some favourite birding spots that Jason had visited include Point Pelee Ontario, Cape May NJ, Arenal Costa Rica and Mindo Ecuador.
Jason is a member of the Club des ornithologues de Brome-Missisquoi Inc. (COBM) and uses ebird.org to submit checklists.
Let us introduce ourselves, Jessica Adams and Rebecca Soulis, two bilingual self-proclaimed Nature Nerds from Brome-Missisquoi. Both lifelong nature enthusiasts, we have a passion for learning and an even greater passion for sharing our knowledge with others. Our goal is to lead young and old alike in their discovery and exploration of the outdoors, all in hopes of nurturing a greater love and appreciation of our natural world.
See nature articles written by Jessica Adams and Rebecca Soulis in The TOUR and the Brome County News below:
Brome County News: Introducing: Nature Nerding with Jess and Rebecca
We also provide special activities on request (games for children for example). Please ask for details. Extra fees may apply.
Who can come? Open to all ages, French and English. Feel free to invite others to join your group to help share the cost. We will respect the government measures as they evolve. For now it is maximum 10 people and maximum 3 families (including the guide).
What to Bring? Binoculars if you have.
Where will we go? We are familiar with the area and can suggest appropriate locations. It can be on nature trails, in a park, neighbourhood or your own backyard! We are also open to doing hikes anywhere in the Eastern Townships.
What to expect? Birding is done both visually and by ear. Your guide will recognize almost all birds by their songs even if they are not seen. Guides are bilingual. Birders will typically see or hear 12 to 30 species. No guarantees though. The weather and seasons affect bird activity and our ability to observe them.