KOPEGARON WOODS CONSERVATION AREA HIKE

By | 2016-03-30T03:44:41+00:00 May 1st, 2016|

Join the Field Nats for a hike along one of the most beautiful forest boardwalk trails in the region. While exploring this 19 hectare Carolinian woodland, you’ll see Tulip-tree, Sassafras, Black Gum, Sycamore and Flowering Dogwood trees, as well as wildflowers such as Trillium, Jack-in-the-pulpit, May Apple, Spring Beauty and Columbine, to mention just a few.  The boardwalk through the swampy areas has been completely rebuilt. Everyone is welcome!

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SPRING BIRD WALK

By | 2016-03-30T03:45:29+00:00 April 10th, 2016|

Meet ECFNC members in the Point Pelee Visitor Centre Parking Lot. We’ll hike the trails at Point Pelee in search of early spring migrants including waterfowl, warblers and other songbirds. After a lunch break, we’ll meet at Hillman Marsh in the early afternoon to explore the Shorebird Cell for early shorebirds/waterfowl. Everyone is welcome!

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Share your bird sightings on WEP Birds

By | 2017-01-11T19:13:48+00:00 March 13th, 2014|Uncategorized|

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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 www.wepbirds.com and view the instructions to join and start posting today!  As new topics are posted to the group, you can be alerted by email (you can select the frequency of the emails in your account) and they will also automatically post to a Twitter account @WEPBirds .  Please consider joining the online group today and start sharing your sightings, questions, tips and tricks – anything bird related from our area!

If you any questions about WEP Birds, send an email to Kory Renaud at wepbirdsinfo@gmail.com and he’ll get back to you .

Good birding everyone!