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Spring Birding

VISA, MasterCard and Debit card are accepted for in-person registration. There is a 10% discount for families and seniors. NEW! You can now register on-line at: www.reconnectwindsor.ca (Call Ojibway first to register for this service).

ADULT PROGRAMS

Winter/Spring Hiking at Ojibway

Exercise your body and brain! These brisk morning walks with one of Ojibway Nature Centre's naturalists will introduce you to the many plants and animals in our area. Explore the Ojibway Prairie Complex and meet new friends. Senior discount available.
Date: Thursdays, March 8 May 3
Times: 10:00 11:30am
Fee: $50/7 weeks

Spring Bird Migration Field Course

A series of morning field trips to observe the incredible variety of birds that migrate through Ontario.
Lead by Paul Pratt.
Morning field trips (8:30 am - noon unless noted otherwise) to Point Pelee and other birding hot spots.
Fee: $16/adult, $14.50/senior each trip (dates are tentative)
Feb 17, (Saturday) meet at the Tip parking lot, Point Pelee.
March 17, (Saturday) meet at the Tip parking lot, Point Pelee.
April 14, (Saturday) meet at the Visitor Centre, Point Pelee.
Apr 28, (Saturday) meet at the Visitor Centre, Point Pelee.
May 5 (Saturday) meet at the Rondeau Prov Park Visitor Centre.
May 19 (Saturday) meet at the Visitor Centre, Point Pelee at 8:00 am.
May 23 (Wednesday) meet at the Visitor Centre, Point Pelee at 8:00 am.

Big Day Birding

Join us for a long day of birding where we try to see over 100 species!
Fee: $25/adult, $22.50/senior
May 9 (Wednesday) meet at the Marsh Boardwalk parking lot, Point Pelee at 6:00 am.



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VISA, MasterCard and Debit card are accepted for in-person registration at the nature centre. There is a 10% discount for families and seniors.



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Information last updated: February 2018
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