Kutsugatamisaki Cape

Kutsugatamisaki Cape

Kutsugatamisaki Cape established by lava stream has a camping ground, where Eurasian Skylark sing and fly from the lawn earliest in spring. If you get around a circle trail and arrive at the rock land following White Wagtail, you can closely watch Siberian Rubythroat and Siberian Stonechat going in and out of rocks for rearing chicks. Large Apiaceae plants are abundant here and Black-browed Reed Warbler and Siberian Rubythroat may perch on the top of them. Here Japanese rose and Chocolate Lily are also abundant.

Birds in Kutsugatamisaki Cape

Species Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jun. Jul. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec.
Japanese Cormorant
Black-tailed Gull
Slaty-backed Gull
Eurasian Skylark
Middendorff's grasshopper warbler
Black-browed reed Warbler
Siberian Rubythroat
Siberian Stonechat
White Wagtail
Oriental Greenfinch
Black-faced Bunting

Access to Kutsugatamisaki Cape

25 minutes by car from Oshidomari Ferry terminal