Who Are We

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Lambton County's Leading Naturalist Organization

Lambton Wildlife Inc. is non-profit, volunteer, naturalist organization that was founded in 1966. We are a registered charity that is dedicated to the conservation, preservation, and protection of the natural environment in Lambton County. We are particularly concerned with the natural history of the county and the establishment and care of conservation areas and wildlife sanctuaries in the area.

Actively protecting nature in Lambton County for 50 years.

Educationally Focused

Expert Guest Speakers

Leaders from diverse specialties are invited to present educational, scientific or artistic material at our monthly presentations. Past experts have come from universities, conservation and governmental organizations, as well as from our own membership.

Expert Lead Field Naturalist Events

Experience some of the most unique and ecologically significant habitats in Carolinian Canada, right here in Lambton County. Outdoor activities include biking, birding, hiking, paddling and camping. There are opportunities to be involved in surveys, inventories and restoration projects to protect our natural heritage.

Youth Naturalist Program

Lambton Wildlife, with cooperation with the St. Clair Conservation Authority, provides children and young adults the opportunity to experience the natural world through scientific inquiry, community involvement and artistic creativity.

Environmental Bursary

The Lambton Wildlife Inc. Inc. Environmental Bursary is awarded to a student that has demonstrated need, and is pursuing post - secondary education in environmental care or a related field (such as Science). Application forms and requirements can be found at a LKDSB Student Services office.

Our Properties

Preserving natural environments
  • Karner Blue Sanctuary

    This dry oak-pine woodland is currently ranked by the NHIC as S1, extremely rare in Ontario. Until the late 1980's this was the home of the

  • Mandaumin Woods Nature Reserve

    Mandaumin Woods Nature Reserve is a typical Carolinian woodlot in Lambton County comprised of Sugar Maple (34%), Basswood (18%), Beech (17%), White Ash (13%), Hickory (10