Get out and about with our president, Martin Parker, as he seeks out interesting sightings in the Peterborough area. Spring is a great time to spot migrating birds and spring flowers.   A car pool convoy will leave the Peterborough Zoo parking lot at 8.00a.m. to local destinations confirmed on the day. Don’t forget your…

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Tony Bigg will lead a day of birding along the shore of Lake Ontario. The initial destination is Cobourg harbour then westward to Port Hope, Bond Head, Oshawa Second Marsh and Whitby. We can expect a good variety of birds, including waterfowl, gulls, and early arriving land birds. Bring a packed lunch, binoculars, and telescope…

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Hooters of Amherst Island Amherst Island, in the eastern end of Lake Ontario, west of Kingston is known for its concentration of wintering owls.  Owls and hawks are the top predators on the island and the hunters of mice and voles in the grasslands of the island.  The number and variety vary from year to…

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Jerry Ball leads a day-long trip to view migrant birds at Presqu’ile Provincial Park, with other stops of interest on the way. In particular, expect to see many interesting wildfowl. Bring a packed lunch, binoculars and, if you have them, rubber boots (not essential). Meet at 8am at the Country Style at the junction of Old…

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Join PFN president Martin Parker for this week’s wildlife adventure. Meet at Peterborough Zoo parking lot at 8.00a.m. Bring your binoculars and a contribution to gas costs as we carpool to local destinations to look for migrating birds and other wildlife encounters. All are welcome!

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