Spring Roundup – Moscow Marsh and Camden Lake IBA
May 21 @ 6:30 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
As part of the Spring Roundup there will be a KFN field trip to visit the Camden Lake Important Bird Area and Moscow Marsh. These sites north of Napanee are regular breeding grounds for a wide number of interesting species including uncommon birds like the Least Bittern, Black Tern, Bobolink and Common Gallinule.
The trip will involve a short walk around the marsh, observation of Camden Lake from three viewpoints, and a walk though a mature woodland.
In addition to viewing the birds, participants will be able to assist in developing data for the new Ontario Breeding Birds Atlas by recording breeding evidence. The leader(s) will demonstrate how this is done.
We will meet at the Park and Ride at Gardiner’s Road and Highway 401 for a departure time of 06:30.
Leader: Anthony Kaduck
Maximum number of participants: 12 (due to limited parking at Moscow Marsh)
Register: kaduckintransit “at” googlemail.com