JUNIOR CONSERVATIONISTS EVENT (AGED 12+) Canatara Park is a local hotspot not only for beach-goers, but also species at risk, resident owls, migrant songbirds, impressive trees, and a mixture of habitats. The area we call Canatara Park to
July 18th, 2017 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 pote
As the date of the 2107 Pelee Island camping trip approached, all the poor weather forecasts suddenly changed to show pleasant conditions for the entire duration of the trip! A wonderful group of 20 LWI campers began arriving on Thursday for a great
Young Naturalists July 8th—What’s All the Buzz About? Bees with Kim Gledhill Marthaville Habitat Management Area 1pm-3pm Learn about the honey bee society and the importance of dance with Kim
Stephanie Blair and Pete Chapman have accepted the challenge and are seen here in their LWI hats in front of Moore Landfill on Ladysmith Line. Why you may ask? Well in addition to a lovely nature walk they saw 3, yes 3 Dickcissels!
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