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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
Canoe raffle winners pick up their prize.
The winners of this year’s draw for the ClearWater Designs Kawartha canoe are John and Lesley Cree and their sons, Warren and Graham, from North .....Full Story
October 27, 2014
Re-surface of Park Entrance Road
Road Construction at Presqu’ile Provincial Park began during the week of Oct 14, 2014, and will take approximately 6-8 weeks to complete. The .....Full Story
October 23, 2014
Annual Raffle
Annual Raffle for Clearwater Design Kawartha Canoe The winning ticket, Number 1431, was drawn on Sunday, October 12, 2014 and the winner has been .....Full Story
October 19, 2014

Birding Report Presqu'ile Provincial Park, like so many other places, has experienced some wild weather this week, which has curtailed the birding activity.  The marsh and some of Presqu'ile Bay are now frozen over. Before that set in, however, a few birders found a good selection of birds. Until Monday an AMERICAN WIGEON and a few GREEN-WINGED TEAL were still in the marsh.  REDHEADS are by far the most abundant duck at Presqu'ile these days with several thousand in Presqu'ile Bay.  Patient scanning of the flocks has revealed a CANVASBACK and a RING-NECKED DUCK.  A few WHITE-WINGED SCOTERS are
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Birding Report Although it is still just over a month until this year's Christmas Bird Count is held at Presqu'ile Provincial Park, the sightings of the past week give rise to hopes for a profitable event. In addition to the hundreds of CANADA GEESE, that have been lingering for weeks, a migrating "V" heading south high overhead this morning evidently anticipated the snow that moved in this afternoon or the sub-zero temperature that is forecast for tonight.  A few TUNDRA SWANS have been around.  The first WOOD DUCK in over a week, a female, was in the marsh yesterday, and a NORTHERN SHOVELER was
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