It’s May and that means birds! Come out to enjoy the colourful warblers and other spring migrants moving through the trees and wetlands of Joany’s Woods in North Middlesex. This 147-ha (364-ac) Carolinian hardwood forest provides excellent habitat for both resident and migrating species. Join birder and Nature Conservancy of Canada biologist, Mhairi McFarlane, for a morning of easy walking with frequent stops. Bring binoculars and your enthusiasm. A bird guide might be helpful, although there will be some on hand during the walk.
This guided trip is subject to COVID regulations at the time. This event may be postponed due to weather conditions.
Proof of vaccination is required and masking is recommended.