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June Sightings in the Windsor Area

Emerald Ash Borers have killed most of the ash trees at Ojibway

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Visit the Nature Centre's Upcoming Events page and ECFNC Activities page for upcoming programs. The annual butterfly count will be held on Saturday, July 3. See the count page for details.

Thursday, June 24: Emerald Ash borers are emerging from infected trees at Ojibway. The adult beetles can easily be found on the trunks of ash trees by the nature centre parking lot.

Monday, June 21: June is an exciting time to go birding and the best month to atlas for local breeding birds. Some of the more unusual discoveries this month include an Ovenbird and Acadian Flycather at Memorial Park (Fred Urie), and several warblers (Yellow-breasted Chat, Ovenbird, Yellow, Common Yellowthroat, Blue-winged and Chestnut-sided Warblers) in the Ojibway area.

Friday, June 4: The first blinking yellow lights of fire flies (Lampyridae) of the summer were noted yesterday evening. Their numbers should increase rapidly over the next week or so.

 

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