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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 the Lake Huron shoreline.
Meet at the Lambton County parking lot, behind the old Montana’s at 9am to car pool out to the Ipperwash area. Wear comfortable shoes and bring your camera, binoculars and some water! Members are invited to stick around after for lunch at a local restaurant.
For more information, check out the event on the calendar.
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 by our guest speaker.
Joins us at 7pm for refreshments before the evening begins at 7:30pm.
Join Justin Nicol as he takes you on a guided tour of Rock Glen this Sunday. Learn to identify trees and other plants during this fall afternoon walk.
Rock Glen Conservation Area is located in Arkona and offers scenic, historic and geologic diversity. While you are there, check out the fossils, mussels, birds and other artifacts at the Arkona Lions Museum and Information Centre.
Admission is $4.00 per person and you can come early and stay late.
Bring your camera and binoculars.
We hope to see you there!
This weekend, join other avid birders for the 2nd Hawk Cliff celebrations. The weekend is going to be full of free events, from guided hikes, hawk banding, monarch tagging and other educational programs. Bring your whole family to enjoy the yearly fall migration of raptors!
Events start at 10am and end at 3:30pm each day.
Special thanks goes out to the St Thomas Field Naturalist Club (STFNC), the Hawk Cliff Banders, and volunteers of Monarch Watch for hosting this year’s event.