Piping Plovers and their environment!

Alicia Fortin Other beaches in Ontario, Port Elgin, Sauble Beach, Uncategorised

  • Summer 2017 CCW
  • Although the Piping Plovers may have left the Sauble Beach area for the summer, there are still many opportunities to brush up on your shoreline knowledge! Attend one of the Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation Coastal Community Workshops taking place in Saugeen Shores and Point Clark on August 15 and 22 respectively.

Alicia Fortin, Plover Lovers Outreach and Education Coordinator will be at MacGregor Point Provincial Park to speak about Piping Plovers and species at risk on August 22. The presentation begins at 7:00pm. If you are unable to attend or have more questions at our 2017 Wrap-up Celebration on August 23 (beginning at 6:30pm at Huron Feathers in Sauble Beach), you can also find Alicia at Pioneer Park in Southampton at 7:00pm (see the poster below or click here for more information!

Learn more about both Piping Plovers and the coastal environments they depend upon in these local workshops and presentations!