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Warblers and Whimbrels Weekend May 16 and 17
Warblers and Whimbrels Weekend at Presqu’ile – May 16-17/2015 The Friends of Presqu’ile Park are pleased to announce that after .....Full Story
May 4, 2015
Turtle travel research aims to help reptiles cross the road safely
In February PhD Laurentian University student Sean Boyle won the university's three-minute thesis competition outlining his research around .....Full Story
April 20, 2015
Waterfowl Weekend
39th Annual Presqu’ile Waterfowl Weekend March 14-15, 2015 The Friends of Presqu’ile Park are pleased to announce that after the .....Full Story
March 4, 2015
Christmas at Presqu'ile Lucky Draw Winner
Christmas at PRESQU’ILE ARTS and CRAFTS SHOW   Doug Comeau presents the prize to Heather and Dale Dingwall .....Full Story
November 19, 2014
Christmas at Presqu'ile Raffle Winners
  Christmas at PRESQU’ILE ARTS and CRAFTS SHOW    Congratulations to the Raffle winners:  Michelle Colasante, .....Full Story
November 19, 2014

Birding Report At Presqu'ile Provincial Park, both birders and birds seem to have been impatient to get moving.  Finally last night some of the latter decided it was time to move in.  Before that, some of the more interesting sightings were late lingering winter birds, rather than early spring arrivals. CANADA GEESE have begun what appears to be a molt migration, as flocks are heading north overhead.  MUTE SWANS have apparently chased almost all other waterfowl out of the marsh and into other nearby waters.  It is surely time to take seriously suggestions that this invasive species be brought under
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Birding Report Anyone living within 100 kilometres of Presqu'ile Provincial Park and experiencing the same frigid weather conditions as the Park is experiencing will understand why the spring bird migration of the past week has been less than spectacular.  Most of the expected species have been detected but in very small numbers (with one noteworthy exception). Standing out like a sore thumb, a male NORTHERN SHOVELER was embedded in a flock of GREEN-WINGED TEAL on and around the shore of Popham Bay near Owen Point.  The previously reported RED-THROATED LOON was still in Presqu'ile Bay on April 17,
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