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Hawk Cliff Woods Events

Each autumn, hundreds of observers are attracted to Hawk Cliff by the spectacular phenomenon of hawk migration.  Hawk Cliff is also important for the study of the Monarch butterfly, a species of Special Concern.  Help TTLT protect and enhance Hawk Cliff Woods in perpetuity. Tours  will be available. Bring a friend and explore this beautiful property.

Hawk Cliff Woods is located east of Port Stanley at 4799 Hawk Cliff Road, Union, ON

Directions: From Hwy 4 (Sunset Drive) south of St Thomas turn east at Union onto Sparta Line (Cty Rd 27). At Fairview Rd (Cty Rd 22) turn right (south) and drive 3.3km south to the intersection with Dexter Line (Cty Rd 24). Continue south on the unpaved road (Hawk Cliff Rd).

For more information:
Contact 519.858.3442
or thamestalbot@ttlt.ca
PO Box 25054, London, ON N6C 6A8 www.ttlt.ca

 

Hawk Cliff Woods Publications and Media Coverage

St. Thomas Elgin Weekly News - September 20, 2016

Port Stanley News - September 12, 2016

London Free Press - September 10, 2016

London Free Press - August 16, 2016

Elgin County Directory - June 15, 2016

The St. Thomas Times Journal - February 28th 2016

St. Thomas Elgin Weekly News - September 21, 2015

The London Free Press - September 19, 2015

The St. Thomas Times Journal - September 18 2015

The St. Thomas Times Journal - September 11 2015

The Port Stanley News - September 2015

The TATTLER - September 2015

Nature London's The Cardinal - August 2015

Ontario Nature Magazine - August 2015

Hawk Cliff Campaign Pamphlet

Media 

Media Release - $49,500 Grant from Ontario Trillium Foundation - September 19, 2016

Media Advisory - Hawk Cliff Woods Dedication & Official Opening - September 9, 2016

Media Alert - Hawk Cliff Weekends - August 25, 2016

Media Alert - Hawk Cliff Campaign Launch - September 10, 2015

Media inquiries can be sent to: Julia Eastabrook, Development and Communications Officer, julia.eastabrook@ttlt.ca, 519-858-3442

Media Packages available on request.

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