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(Nature London members only) The property is at the northeast corner of Blacks Road (runs north-south off Talbot Line, Hwy 3) and Gray Line (runs east-west). We will meet on Gray Line opposite Leisure Heights Trailer Park at #21071, about 500 m north of Lake Erie. Please note that there are ticks on the property so participants should wear light-coloured long pants and use Deet repellant. Hiking boots are recommended, rather than sneakers, as the ground can be damp and…Find out more »
(Open to the public) This is a relatively easy walk through a hardwood forest and evergreen plantation. Many species of birds, butterflies, insects and wildflowers may be seen. The trail has been naturalized with plantings of native trees and shrubs that leads to the edge of a wetland ending in a series of spring-fed ponds near Richmond St. Washrooms and picnic tables are available. Directions: Take Richmond St (Hwy 4) north from London. Go 1.2 km past Sunningdale Rd and…Find out more »
By now you are all aware of the threat posed by the coronavirus (covid-19) pandemic and the steps being taken by many organizations to contain the spread of the virus. You will also be aware that many Nature London members belong to the population of older adults who are most vulnerable to serious and even fatal infections. Therefore, as a precaution, Nature London is suspending its meetings at the Civic Garden Complex until further notice. We hope that we will…Find out more »
(Nature London members only.) Come and join a group walk to view this beautiful property and enjoy the spring flowers and birds. It's a good opportunity to look at labelled trees and plants too and identify new ones. This hike requires sturdy footwear. Walking poles would also be helpful. Meet at Cedarcroft. See map below or in The Cardinal for directions. Call 519-657-9066 or 519-472-4911 if more information is needed.Find out more »
(Open to the public) We will be looking for spring migrating warblers along the north branch of the Thames River. Also along the treed river edge, we could see kinglets, thrushes, wrens, vireos and many more species. Meet at the east end of Windermere Rd east of Adelaide St. Call 519 204 4709 if more information is needed.Find out more »