Tweets to Trees: Bird Watching in the Trees
Learn about trees and shrubs that you can plant in your own yard to attract birds throughout the year as well as other things you can do to support our feathered friends. This is a physically distanced event limited to a maximum of 15 participants. We encourage you to bring your own binoculars for close-up views of the many birds we hope to see along the way.
Register now for one of these two dates:
September 18, 2021, Lakeside Park, Kitchener: Lakeside Park provides a variety of habitats for us to explore including Shoemaker Pond, a kettle lake created by the glaciers during the last ice age.
September 25, 2021, Ellacott Lookout, Hespeler, Cambridge: The adjacent Mill Pond is one of the Region’s top birding sites.
Information on where to meet and other details will be communicated after you register.
Kevin Dance has been working as a Consulting Biologist for over 15 years and has been a birder for over 25 years. He has led variety of guided hikes for groups like Waterloo Region Nature, and the Woodstock Naturalists.
Ken Dance has been working as a Consulting Biologist for over 44 years and has been a birder for over 50 years. He has led many guided hikes for Waterloo Region Nature, the Woodstock Naturalists and rare Charitable Research Reserve.
Funders and Partners
Kitchener event: City of Kitchener
Hespeler event: City of Cambridge and Idea Exchange