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Keeping you in touch with nature


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    April 10, 2017 by Michael Kent Are you a youth interested in nature? Join Our Young Naturalist Clubs!

    Lambton Wildlife Incorporated (LWI) has been protecting nature for over 50 years by bringing those with a love of nature together to work towards common goals in conservation, preservation, and prote More

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    January 17, 2017 by Mark & Roberta Buchanan Calling All Lambton Wildlife Nature Photographers

    After a great response to the LWI nature photography contest, it’s apparent that we have numerous talented photographers snapping shots in Lambton County that are worthy of sharing.  Now that the p More

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    August 28, 2018 by Mark & Roberta Buchanan Camping at Point Pelee National Park – September 4-7, 2018

    Point Pelee National Park is an amazing park filled with natural wonders. There is a large diversity of habitats, from the sheltered canopy of the southern Carolinian forest to the expansive sea of ca More

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    May 23, 2018 by Mark & Roberta Buchanan Join Lambton Wildlife for a leisurely paddle on Bear Creek – June 2, 2018

      Bear Creek is a beautiful tree-lined river with many opportunities to see birds, turtles, and other wildlife.  Please join us as we meander along this ecologically important waterway. If More

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    September 13, 2018 by Mark & Roberta Buchanan Join LWI for Hawk watching at Hawk Cliff – September 22, 2018

    Hawk Cliff is recognized as one of the prime fall migration hawk watching destinations in all North America.   More

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    January 3, 2017 by Mark & Roberta Buchanan Post your Lambton County Nature Sightings

    One of the things that the LWI blog posts can be used for is to share Lambton County wildlife sightings with other LWI members.  The LWI community is always yearning to know as much as possible about More

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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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