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Upcoming Events and Programs
Ojibway Nature Centre
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).
Friends of Ojibway Prairie
Removal of Garlic Mustard
Mid April - May, Tuesdays 1-3
Earth Day at Malden Park
This year the Earth Day Committee continues to bring fresh ideas to Windsor Essex Earth Day. Check here for a list of the activities. Contact Averil Parent at (519) 253-7111
Ext. 3290 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Ojibway staff will be running an animal nest scavenger hunt, be sure to bring your walking shoes! The Friends of Ojibway Prairie will be hosting a wildflower seed planting at Malden Park as part of the day’s activities. Bring a hand rake if you have one!
Sunday April 23 10:00am – 3:00pm
Malden Park (Malden Road entrance)
Spring Bird Migration Field Course
A series of morning field trips to observe the incredible variety of birds that migrate through Southwestern Ontario each fall.
Morning field trips (8:30 - 11:30 am) to Point Pelee. * Free entrance to Parks Canada in 2017, click here for details.
Cost is $16.00 for each trip except the Big Day birding trip which is $25.00 (10% discount for seniors) (dates are tentative)
- Sat April 8 8:30 am meet at Pelee's tip parking lot.
- Sat April 22 8:30 am meet at the Pelee Visitor Centre.
- Wed May 3 8:30 am meet at the Pelee Visitor Centre.
- Wed May 10 8:30 am meet at Pelee's Marsh Boardwalk.
- Wed May 17 6:00 am meet at Pelee's Marsh Boardwalk. A "Big Day" birding trip around Pelee and Hillman Marsh!
- Sat May 27 7:30 am meet at Pelee Visitor Centre.
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 2017
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