1985 – Snowshoeing to Mystery Falls

In the winter of 1985, Lambton Wildlife had a snowshoe hike in the Ausable Valley to visit the Mystery Falls area. We had lots of snow and a beautiful sunny day. We carried in small camp burners and had hot apple cider, which went down VERY well. The trip was well attended by members of our club. Ausable River Trail map, including Mystery Falls Side Trail.
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1975 – Mandaumin Woods Official Opening

On April 26, 1975, a cool but sunny spring day, Dr. Peter Tasker, LWI's first President, presided over the official opening of Mandaumin Woods. This was the first property purchased by Lambton Wildlife. It is a 25 acre Carolinian woodlot located just south of the village of Mandaumin. This property was dedicated to the memory of LWI Conservationist Laura Knight.  Dr. Tasker addressed the group of members and friends. There was an excellent turn out for this historic event in Lambton Wildlife's history.Gail and Eric Knight untied the rope to open the woodlot. In the background is Elizabeth Tasker, one…
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1973 – Marking the Ausable Trail

1973 – Marking the Ausable Trail

In 1972-73 Lambton Wildlife and the Sarnia Hiking Club with Fern Noel, spearheaded the setting up an eight mile hiking trail from Hungry Hollow to #7 Highway. The trail was divided into five sections, with five section leaders. The leaders were John Tymar, Don Smith, Les Greenop, Ron Laflair and Gerry Clements. In the spring of 1993 Laura Knight, in the centre section, was marking the trail by tying a red ribbon to trees. At the same time and place, Irwin Knight, Laura Knight and Dr. John King-Price settled down for lunch after a morning of trail marking. A view…
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