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On a beautiful, sunny Sunday, Justin Nicol led 28 Lambton Wildlife members and guests on an educational stroll through a section of the Rock Glen Conservation Area. [caption id="attachment_1687" align="aligncenter" width="480"]

Lambton Shores Nature Trail Committee  will be leading a nature appreciate hike on their newest trail at the Ipperwash Dunes & Swales Nature Reserve. The 4.5 kilometre Beach Trail will take hikers through coastal wetlands, dune lands and along th

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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 variety of wildlife. One key

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The weather did not co-operate for the LWI Frogs and Toads outing in April of this year. North winds were blowing over the Dow Wetlands and the temperature was a bit above zero. Everyone thought they were dressed for the outing. Most soon realized th

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Suppose you are walking through Canatara Park and suddenly you spot a beautiful warbler on a branch overhead. It’s the middle of the day with a bright, sunny sky. You excitedly snap several photos, but later when you look at the photos on a computer

Professor Scott MacDougall-Shackleton talks about birds and how they use daylight to prepare for changing seasons, how they deal with winter and even how they predict the weather. Join Lambton Wildlife for our monthly social get together followed