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Monarchs and Migrants Weekend Sept 5-6
The migration season is now underway at Presqu’ile and the 30th annual Monarchs and Migrants Weekend at the park celebrates this natural .....Full Story
August 18, 2015
The Friends attend two Brighton celebrations
The Friends of Presqu’ile participated in Brighton’s Canada Day celebrations at King Edward Park and again, on Saturday, July 4, at the .....Full Story
July 7, 2015
Why Turtles Need Help to Cross a Road
In Ontario we are lucky enough to have eight different species of turtle.  Sadly however, seven of these eight are considered Species at Risk. .....Full Story
June 9, 2015
27th Annual General Meeting
The 27th Annual General Meeting of The Friends of Presqu’ile Park Over 50 people packed into Stonehedge Cottage on Saturday, May 30, for the .....Full Story
June 2, 2015
Bushnell Raffle Winners
2015 BUSHNELL Raffle Winners The winners of the BUSHNELL Scope with tripod and the BUSHNELL Binoculars at The Friends’ Spring Birding Raffle .....Full Story
May 25, 2015

Birding Report The fall bird migration is well under way at Presqu'ile Provincial Park, and birders who have stayed home throughout the breeding season are also migrating to the Park in increasing numbers.  A few interesting sightings have resulted. A TRUMPETER SWAN was seen a week ago.  Among dabbling ducks, singles of AMERICAN BLACK DUCK and NORTHERN PINTAIL have been around for a few days, the first of those species in some time.  42 REDHEADS and 6 LONG-TAILED DUCKS were the highest counts of both species this summer.  A WHITE-WINGED SCOTER was also seen.  A few COMMON LOONS and a HORNED GREBE
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More birders have been visiting Presqu'ile Provincial Park this week in anticipation of seeing fall migrants, and most have not been disappointed. This is not yet waterfowl season, but a few of note in recent days are an AMERICAN WIGEON, a NORTHERN PINTAIL, three GREEN-WINGED TEAL, a few REDHEADS, about ten WHITE-WINGED SCOTERS, and a LONG-TAILED DUCK.  A COMMON LOON was off the lighthouse.  GREAT EGRETS can still be seen on High Bluff Island, where they nested.  A NORTHERN HARRIER flew in from across Presqu'ile Bay one morning. This morning an AMERICAN GOLDEN-PLOVER was on the
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