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Spring Interpretive Program

Our spring interpretive program is centred around two of our birding weekend events and on guided hikes on select weekends in June.  See the Special Events section to the right for more information about our Waterfowl Festival, held in mid-March, and our Warblers and Whimbrels weekend held on the May long weekend.

June is an under-utilized time of the year at Presqu'ile but if you are interested in nature it's a great time to be at the park.  Most of our summer resident birds are on territory and singing their hearts out to let us know they are here.  Vegetation is lush and insect diversity, particularly dragonflies, is at a peak.  
 

2019 Schedule

Survival of the Forest Guided Walk

Join us for a walk through Presqu’ile’s ancient forest as we explore its secrets. Can you figure out why a tree might need a woodpecker?

Date: Saturday June 15th

Time: 2:00pm ­

Location: Jobes’ Woods Trail

Yoga and Bird Walk

Join Leslie Abram of Get Yoga studio for a morning yoga session in the heart of the campgrounds, with the breeze coming off the lake. Afterwards join the group for walk to look for birds, and see how many birds you can find.

Date: Saturday June 22nd

Time: 8:30am

Location: Campfire Field

Moth Madness

Butterflies get all of the publicity, but moths have lots to show us too! From moths that fly during the daytime to moths that are as beautiful as butterflies! Park Naturalists will be surveying moths that were captured the night before, help us figure out just who flies around Presqu’ile at night!

Date: Saturday June 22nd

Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm

Location: Nature Centre

Join us to explore, observe and discover nature. You never know what you might find!

Current schedules are posted throughout the park on this website in calender of events, or you can contact David at david.bree@ontario.ca to be put on the email list to receive our seasonal activity schedule.