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SPRING BIRDS IN THE MINESING FLOODLANDS Download as iCal file
 
Saturday 01 April 2017, 08:00am
 

BRING RUBBER BOOTS,SPOTTING SCOPES,BINOCULARS AND DRESS FOR OUTDOORS.

The Minesing Wetlands are a great basin into which melted snow flows each spring. Forests are inundated, as are many of the farms located around the perimeter of the swamp. This is a magnet for thousands of migrating waterfowl. Northern Pintail, Tundra Swans, Sandhill Cranes are likely sights, and perhaps a few early songbirds too, such as Tree Swallows.

Driving outing ends 1-2:00 pm

 
Location Depart 8:00 am. From LLPL
 
Contact Chris Evans 705-722-1136
 
Second meeting PLACE: McKinnon Road, Angus (north of where asphalt ends and gravel begins), TIME: 8:30 AM

 


 

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