Leader: Jody Allair
Meet at Bird Studies Canada headquarters at 7:00 a.m. (located on Front Road on the west side of Port Rowan, east of Highway 59). Bring rubber boots and be prepared for mosquitoes. We will spend the morning searching for birds through some of the largest examples of Carolinian forest in Canada. Targets will include Acadian Flycatcher, Prothonotary, Hooded and Cerulean warblers, Louisiana Waterthrush, Yellow-throated Vireo and others. Time permitting we may also visit the extensive wetlands of Big Creek Marsh.
Trips will operate rain or shine. Remember to bring lunch, drinks, proper clothing, footwear, sunscreen & insect repellent. For all trips, if you have questions, contact Dave Milsom at email@example.com or 705-874-8531. OFO encourages car pooling on all field trips. Participants are reminded that it is the responsibility of every participant on an OFO field trip to comply with the OFO Birding Code of Ethics, and to minimize the risk of injury and/or damages that may result from unsafe or inappropriate behaviour (especially driving, or roadside birding where passing traffic presents a hazard).