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Share your bird sightings on WEP Birds

Introducing Windsor-Essex-Pelee Birds or WEP Birds for short - A great site to share your local bird sightings! WEP Birds is a local birding group page where group members can post sightings, ID questions, general tips, and anything else bird related -- things that are unique and interesting to you about this area! The group is open to ALL experience levels from beginner to 'expert' and is absolutely free. Joining the group is simple. Visit [...]

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Rain Garden Manual

Spring will be here before you know it.  Instead of planning to plant a conventional garden perhaps you may be interested in planting a rain garden! And we have just the manual to help you make your very own! Rain Garden Manual web Here is a quick refresher on why rain gardens are important.  The west basin of Lake Erie has been seriously impacted by rain water runoff which carries contaminants and phosphorous which in [...]

Tom and Kory’s Great Adventure

On Sunday February 16, Tom Preney and Kory Renaud lead a hike through the Ojibway shores property as part of our continued effort to survey the species present on the property. The chilly afternoon started out sunny, clouded over during the hike and yet more snow was falling by the end of our adventure. The swift current on the river allowed for some open water and good numbers of waterfowl were present, including Scaup, Goldeneye [...]

Josh Vandermeulen – Big Year Presentation

Thanks to everyone who came out to hear Josh Vandermeulen speak about his record-breaking 2012 Big Year, where he saw or heard 344 bird species in Ontario. It was an honour for us to host this presentation and we hope you enjoyed it! If you would read about Josh's big year, see some of his photography or follow his current adventures, you can go to his blog at Ontario Birds and Herps. Our next meeting [...]

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