Many of Ontario’s reptiles and amphibians are species at risk.  There’s still a lot we don’t know about them. Come join the St. Clair Conservation Authority as they monitor reptiles as a part of a long-term study to observe any potential changes in a

There are many indicators that spring is about to happen in Canatara Park. For some it is seeing old friends that have not been in the park since last fall. Others look forward to the return of the Warblers and the first Yellow Rump. Others are looki

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After seeing multiple e-Bird alerts for the Dickcissel, we headed out in the morning on Friday for a short drive south to try and find this rare bird.  We found the birds on McCallum Line just a bit west of Brigden Road. 

Young Naturalists June 17th—Slimes and Scales Moore Habitat Management Area 1pm-3pm Ssss! – slimy, scaly, secretive and species at risk! We have a diversity of reptiles and amphibians here but

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LWI had two Sunday outings in May to look at wildflowers in Mandaumin Woods. Nick Alexander was our leader. He has a background in horticulture, works with Return the Landscape, and has a fascinating amount of information to share about the plants at

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  I’m issuing a challenge. Lets get Lambton Wildlife seen all over the province…all over the world!

View Bank and Northern Rough-winged swallows in their nesting colony as they hunt insects to feed their young. Ron and Linda Core are hosting Lambton Wildlife to view a colony of swallows that nest in the banks of a gravel pit at the rear of the f

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On May 7 the newest Nature Reserve for Ontario Nature was officially opened!  Lambton Wildlife was instrumental in making this 190 acre purchase possible, primarily due to the hard work of Larry Cornelis, and through a large donation from LWI. [ca