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Join the Greening Partnership and come out May 3rd, at 10 a.m. to the Big “O” Conservation Area in Comber and experience some of the best birding Southwestern Ontario has to offer! A tour will be led by Paul Pratt, a retired Naturalist from the Ojibway Nature Reserve in Windsor. Wings Avian Rehabilitation Centre – Essex will be releasing a wild bird that has been rehabilitated from injury.
A BBQ will follow at the Iron Kettle B&B in Comber where the birding log book is available for all Birdwatchers to document bird speices they encounter.
Contact Randall Van Wagner for more details. Please RSVP by Monday, April 27th! 519-354-7310 ext.230 or email Randall.VanWagner@ltvca.ca.
Big “O” Conservation Area is located on Highway 77, also known as Main Street in the Village of Comber.
Lat/Long 42.227, -82.552 UTM 371915, 4676145
Free Admission! Thanks all our sponsors, that make this event possible: Town of Lakeshore, Brookfield and the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority and the Chatham-Kent Greening Partnership.
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