Apr 8 2017 08:30
Apr 8 2017 08:30
US/Eastern

Once the ice leaves the wetlands, large numbers of migratory waterfowl suddenly appear and stage for a few weeks before moving on to their breeding grounds. The marshes on Lake Ontario in southern Durham are excellent places. Please join North Durham Nature's Geoff Carpentier to see what has arrived at several locations that may include Lake Scugog, Cranberry Marsh, Duffin’s Creek Marsh or Oshawa Second Marsh. Please meet at 8:30 am at the SE corner of the Port Perry Arena parking lot (1655 Reach St.). Preregistration by e-mail to [email protected] is required since the trip may be cancelled if ice conditions are not suitable. For more information, please visit our website at www.northdurhamnature.com or "Like" us on Facebook!