The Bermuda Zoological Society and the Bermuda Audubon Society are excited to offer you the once in a lifetime opportunity to catch a glimpse of the endangered Cahow (the Bermuda Petrel) on the open ocean. This pelagic seabird, endemic to Bermuda, was thought to be extinct for nearly 300 years until numerous birds were found in the 1950s. Conservation efforts have brought this impressive species back from the brink of extinction, but sightings are still extremely rare.
This experience is available for a limited time only. Tickets can be purchased through the Island Tour Centre.