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Animal Home Improvement - November 25, 2017 Young naturalists had fun helping make bird houses, squirrel houses and bee homes. Everyone got to take home a bee house they helped to construct.

Twenty three LWI members ventured out on a cool fall day to walk the nature trail on the Fairbank Oil property just outside of Oil Springs.  Larry Cornelis led the hike and the group was fortunate to also have the property owners Charlie Fairbank and

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November Indoor Meeting:  Non-raptor bird species need our help too and Fascinating Freshwater Mussels. At the last indoor meeting of 2017, we learned that sick or injured songbirds and waterfowl will soon benefit from a local non

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Here in Lambton County we are off to a great winter birding season! On November 22nd we were treated to a Harlequin Duck sighting! The picture doesn't do it justice. It was out in the lake in the company of 2 goldeneye ducks and in front of about 600

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We enjoy canoeing on the Sydenham River in the spring and summer, but probably our favourite season for paddling this river is autumn.  This year the month of October had warmer than normal weather and we took advantage of a forecasted picture perfec

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 Look ...Lambton Wildlife made it to Newfoundland! Roberta proudly displays her LWI hat

Christmas Bird Count December 16 Participate in the Pinery / Kettle Point CBC and help count a

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So what is a Christmas Bird Count and how do you get involved? First, the CBC or Christmas Bird Count (not the Canadian Broadcasting Company) is an annual event held…well around Christmas. Lets