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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 Feb `9 2015 To borrow an ornithological metaphor, birders have been as scarce as hen's teeth at Presqu'ile Provincial Park in recent days.  Thus, the following observations come from a few hardy souls willing to brave some of the coldest days of the winter. With almost 80 % of Lake Ontario frozen over, it is perhaps surprising that so many water birds have recently found their way into Presqu'ile Bay, which itself has most of the time only a few small patches of open water.  It may be an awareness that a wind change can temporarily open things up even more, as has happened a few times this
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Birding Report Feb 12/2015 This morning a group of several dozen GREATER SCAUP near the lighthouse was the largest this month.  An immature BALD EAGLE, seen there yesterday and today, dispersed that flock.   A RED-TAILED HAWK flew over this morning.  Three GREAT BLACK-BACKED GULLS huddled together on the ice on Saturday.  A BARRED OWL was photographed two days ago. AMERICAN ROBINS were still in evidence yesterday.  A flock of SNOW BUNTINGS on the ice of Popham Bay yesterday, as well as two other flocks seen by this observer outside the Park yesterday and one today, suggests that a migration of that
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