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Festival of Birds

May 1 - May 20
Point Pelee National Park, 1118 Point Pelee Dr Ontario + Google Map

Welcome Birders Save the Date! Festival of Birds - May 1 to 20, 2019 Hike registration opens December 1, 2018 Point Pelee is part of a peninsula, located at the crossroads of two major migration routes, extending into the western basin of Lake Erie. It is one of the first points of land spring migration reach ...

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6:30 pm

Sifton Bog Environmentally Significant Area (ESA) walk

May 15 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Sifton Bog, 1210 Oxford Street West
London, Ontario Canada
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(Open to the public)  Meet the leader in the parking lot located on Oxford St West, (west of Hyde Park Rd) on the south side of Oxford St. We will be looking for the unique plants and wildlife of this area. Call 519 474 3781 if more information is needed.

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Archie Coulter Conservation Area walk

May 15 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Archie Coulter Conservation Area, 46900 Brouwers Line
St. Thomas, Ontario Canada
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All walks meet at 6:30 p.m. at the site. Info: Tom d’Entremont 519-765-2858

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7:00 pm

Nature in the City: Nature Prescription

May 15 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Kitchener Central Library, 85 Queen St. North
Kitchener, Ontario Canada
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Speaker: Kaitlin Powers Getting outside and being in nature can greatly benefit our physical, mental and emotional states and can be a powerful use of our time. Join Nature Therapy Guide, Kaitlin Powers, to learn about how time spent in nature helps you rejuvenate and be more resilient in your day-to-day life. She will share scientific ...

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Travels tales from Borneo

May 15 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Museum on Tower Hill, 17 George Street, Parry Sound

Fran Stewart will share her experiences on her trip to Borneo, a unique island of immense plant diversity, giant flying squirrels, monkeys with very big noses, Pygmy elephants, close encounters with Orangutangs and much more.

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