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Spring has Sprung
This week has seen a real step forward on the journey to spring.  The ice went out of Presqu’ile Bay and the roadways and walkways are all clear of .....Full Story
April 11, 2014
Lighthouse Interpretive Centre Open
The Lighthouse Interpretive Centre will be open Friday, Saturday and Sunday over the Easter weekend and most other weekends as we move into spring, .....Full Story
April 2, 2014
Ice Volcanoes in The Park
Lots of visitors turned out over the weekend to view the ice volcanoes that have formed this winter along the Lake Ontario shoreline in the Park. .....Full Story
February 3, 2014
Park Loop Road Reopens
The Park loop road, which has been closed due to ice storm damage, will be open again from January 16. The environmental requirements of the Park do .....Full Story
January 15, 2014
Park Loop Road Closed due to Ice Storm
  Damage caused by the recent ice storm means that the loop area of The Park will be closed to traffic until further notice. The gates to the .....Full Story
December 30, 2013

Birding Report Especially last Monday, migration at Presqu’ile Provincial Park has been in full swing this week, with new species arriving every day.  Most of the land birds are within the expected range of arrival dates, or even a bit later, so mention will be made only of those which have been recorded only once so far.  NORTHERN SHOVELERS have been viewed off Bayshore Road (near #16-18) on Monday and Thursday of this week.  Up to 45 GREEN-WINGED TEAL are being seen in the marsh.  A male RUDDY DUCK was at Salt Point on Monday.  A female WILD TURKEY was near the Park entrance yesterday.  It is
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Birding Report So many spring birds have returned to Presqu’ile Provincial Park this week, albeit a bit late in most cases, that it is difficult to do justice to the many sightings that have been reported.  The most surprising find was a remarkably early warbler.   Four SNOW GEESE sat on the ice of Presqu’ile Bay all yesterday afternoon.  Thousands of CANADA GEESE have been passing noisily overhead for the past two days.  Dabbling ducks have returned in good numbers and variety, including three NORTHERN SHOVELERS on March 28.  Among those that have not yet been found are EURASIAN WIGEON and
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