Landscape photos of MeadowWoods by Stan Caveney, Butterfly by Jane Bowles.
Come join us in celebration of the completion of the MeadowWoods land conservation project as part of our Vision 20/20 Campaign!
Thanks to Stan and Anita Caveney for the donation of this 105-acre parcel of land, and to the generosity of our donors and supporters, we have been able to ensure the protection and conservation of this important natural refuge. It lies within a large coastal wildlife corridor formed by a chain of steep wooded ravines and valleys stretching along 100km of Lake Erie shoreline in Elgin County. This nature reserve is home to a great diversity of native flora and fauna, including 200 species of migrant and resident birds. Many rare species are found here. Among these are birds, dragonflies, reptiles and amphibians. Although some of the land was previously farmed, it has been restored to native meadows and wetlands. These early successional habitats greatly enhance the species diversity of the vegetation communities present.
This event is subject to COVID-19 guidelines at the time. Please ensure that you practice social distancing and masking. Passing the COVID-19 screening questionnaire and proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 will be mandatory to attend the event. To help with flow of traffic at the event please try to complete the questionnaire before you arrive and have a copy of your vaccination certificate available.
This event has limited capacity - RSVPs are required for attendance. Hope to see you there!
21105 Gray Line
Rodney, ON N0L 2C0
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