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Our Programs

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Indoor Presentations

A social gathering kicks off a monthly presentation by naturalist experts and experienced Lambton Wildlife members. Topics may include wildlife, biology, ecosystems, conservation, natural landscaping, photography and much more.

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Outdoor Events

Experts lead day trips to local wetlands, forests, trails, parks and gardens teach members about wildlife, landscaping, habitats and plant species. Camping excursions allow the adventurous to experience bird and butterfly migrations.

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Young Naturalists

Gives children and teenagers the opportunity to experience the natural world through scientific inquiry, community involvement & artistic creativity. Program offers a variety of activities like owl prowls, fungi foraging and turtle monitoring.

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Random Blog Posts

Learn about, explore and enjoy nature with us
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    Spring has arrived and many of our flights of fancy have turned to the skies and the colorful migrants which are slowly making their way north through Sarnia. When many people think of spring birding, journeys to the legendar
  • Suppose you are walking through Canatara Park and suddenly you spot a beautiful warbler on a branch overhead. It’s the middle of the day with a bright, sunny sky. You excitedly snap several photos, but later when you look a
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    Over 20 people attended the kickoff of LWI's annual "Habitat Thursdays" outdoor event. This year, at the suggestion of Shawn McKnight, we decided to make it a tour of residential landscapes that have been naturalized with nat
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    Yes! We saw 3,759 Broad-winged Hawks, 23 Northern Harriers, 169 American Kestrel, and 293 Sharp-Shinned Hawks at Hawk Cliff on September 14th, 2016. Bald Eagles are also a common sight but because there are resident Bald Eagl