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Come out May 15th, at 10 am to 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.
A live falconry demo by Predator Bird Services and BBQ will follow at the Iron Kettle B&B in Comber where the birding log book is available for all Birdwatchers to document bird species they encounter.
Contact Randall VanWagner for more details. Please RSVP by Friday May 6th! 519-354-7310 x230 or email Randall.VanWagner@ltvca.ca
Free Admission! Big O Conservation Area is located on Highway 77, also known as Main Street in the Village of Comber.
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