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March 2020

COVID-19 and FIELD TRIPS

March 1 - April 17

Updated 16 March 2020: At this time, all planned field trips for March and early April are CANCELLED. Notices are posted for potential field trips later in spring, but check this website frequently for the latest updates.

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All in-person events are cancelled until April 15

March 21 @ 8:00 AM - April 15 @ 5:00 PM

March 21 update: In order to do our part to slow the spread of COVID-19, the KFN shall cease all field trips, face-to-face meetings and rambles from now until 15 April, and the executive will reassess whether or not to extend the ban prior 15 April and post our decision on or before 15 April.

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April 2020

Field Trip: Prince Edward Point

April 26 @ 6:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Leader: Anthony Kaduck (613) 767-8398 or kaduckintransit@googlemail.com Search for early migrant songbirds and waterfowl at Prince Edward Point National Wildlife Area. Meet at Tim Hortons’s at the corner of Gardiner’s Road and Bath Road in Kingston at 6:00 am, or meet us at the Adolphustown ferry dock in time to board the 7:15 ferry. Should ... Read more

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May 2020

Field Trip: Presqu’ile Provincial Park & Brighton Wetlands

May 24 @ 6:00 AM - 4:00 PM
PARTICIPANT FEE: gas + park entry

Leader: Steve Coates (sjcoates73@cogeco.ca) See many different types of birds in a single outing! We'll spend the morning visiting hotspots at Presqu'ile Provincial Park, including a 1 km hike along the Marsh Boardwalk trail, to look for songbirds, shorebirds, herons and egrets. Toward afternoon, we'll head over to a nearby constructed wetland that supports many ... Read more

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October 2020

Field Trip: Lemoine’s Point

October 18 @ 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Leader: Steve Coates (sjcoates@cogeco.ca) Fall songbird migration is winding down but mid-October is a prime time to observe staging waterfowl in Collins Bay. Both ruby-crowned and golden-crowned kinglet numbers will be at their peak, as will white-crowned and yellow-throated sparrows; these will be joined by and early-arriving winter sparrows such as tree sparrows and dark-eyed ... Read more

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