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    October 31, 2016 by Lambton Wildlife Inc A Special Thanks For 50th Anniversary Door Prizes

    Lambton Wildlife would like to send out our heartfelt thanks to all the businesses and individuals for donating great door prizes for our upcoming 50th Anniversary Event. We know the evening will be a More

Our Programs

Join us for our monthly presentations

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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Visit Lambton County's Natural Areas

Learn about, explore and enjoy nature with us
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    A walk through Mandaumin Woods in autumn is a bonanza of brilliant colours! Depending on when you visit the trail many different ferns and fungi can be seen; during the Mandaumin Woods bioblitz 11 different species of fungi w
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    Mandaumin Woods is a beautiful nature preserve and the trail this time of year is dry and very enjoyable.  Mandaumin Woods is located just south of the village of Mandaumin on the west side of Mandaumin Road.  The bugs are
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    Late summer or early fall is a great time to take a canoe for a relaxing paddle on the Sydenham River. This meandering waterway has very little current, no rapids or other canoeing challenges, and offers a chance to see a var
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    Saturday was a perfect day for 45 nature enthusiasts to enjoy a beautiful hike!  The hike was hosted by Lambton Shores Nature Trails and led by Klaus Keunecke