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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 With many birders visiting Presqu'ile Provincial Park on the weekend, it is not surprising that some rarities were among the great variety of birds spotted before the cool weather set in.  Even the bird banding produced record numbers and a good variety of species.  The coming weekend will see the celebrity birders (aka young ornithologists) seeking to raise funds for the Ontario Field Ornithologists by doing a 24-hour birdathon in the Presqu'ile area. A flock of 40 BRANT flew over on May 16 and another two flocks were seen yesterday.  Once again the wing-tagged TRUMPETER SWAN was
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Birding Report The month of May has so far upheld its reputation for being the most interesting month of the year at Presqu'ile Provincial Park, including some rarities, even though the expected peak of the songbird migration normally occurs after the middle of the month.  Perhaps the forthcoming Warblers and Whimbrels weekend that starts on Saturday will confirm that. The TRUMPETER SWAN bearing wing tag number K29 has been seen three times in the past week.  It was originally banded in Burlington and spent most of last winter near Kingston.  None of the expected BRANT flocks have appeared yet.  A
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