Passport to Nature: Reptile and Amphibian Search

With Paul Mikoda

Herpetofauna, or herps for short, are reptiles and amphibians. In our region herps include frogs and toads, salamanders, snakes, turtles, and one lizard. These species are important members for a healthy ecosystem and are good indicators of water quality and habitat health. Come out for a hands-on exploration of herpetofauna with terrestrial ecologist Paul Mikoda. Learn how to identify species of amphibians and reptiles up close*, and what you and your family can do to protect them. Hawk Cliff Woods is located east of Port Stanley.

*Please note: what we will see is dependent on willing wildlife participants. View these resources to complement/supplement what we might see.

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May 25, 2024 at 11:00am - 1pm
Hawk Cliff Woods - south meadow
4435 Hawk Cliff Rd
Union, ON N0L 2L0
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