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Re-surface of Park Entrance Road
Road Construction at Presqu段le 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
Monarchs and Migrants Weekend
Monarchs and Migrants Weekend August 30-31/2014 The migration season is now underway at Presqu段le and the 30th annual Monarchs and .....Full Story
August 14, 2014
Autumn Comes Early
Despite the beautiful warm weather autumn has come to Presqu段le, or at least fall migration is here. Shorebirds that nest in the arctic .....Full Story
July 25, 2014
Spring has Sprung
This week has seen a real step forward on the journey to spring. The ice went out of Presqu段le Bay and the roadways and walkways are all clear of .....Full Story
April 11, 2014

Birding Report Between the end of last week and the middle of this week there has been a noticeable change in the composition of the bird life at Presqu'ile Provincial Park, though the overall numbers of birds have not diminished. On Sunday, the first two TRUMPETER SWANS of the season were off the camp office viewing platform.They have not been seen since but are quite likely still somewhere in Presqu'ile Bay. A count of 30 GADWALLS on October 21 was the highest in some time.SURF and WHITE-WINGED SCOTERS are being seen regularly. Two GREAT EGRETS were present on October 18, a rather late
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Birding Report Most birders who visited Presqu'ile Provincial Park on the Thanksgiving weekend were rewarded by comfortable conditions and a good variety of migrant birds, both on land and in the water. On Saturday, a CACKLING GOOSE was in a flock of CANADA GEESE that flew past. WOOD DUCKS can easily be seen in the marsh. A flock of AMERICAN WIGEONS far out in Popham Bay included an individual that, had it been closer, might have been confirmed as a male EURASIAN WIGEON, a species that birders might do well to look for in case it comes within range of a scope. A NORTHERN SHOVELER and a dozen
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