Mating has begun here at Sauble Beach, with males strutting their stuff and showing off for two females that have settled on the shoreline. This means that nesting could start any day now! With that in mind, Volunteer Monitors are needed to help with recovery efforts. For more information about getting involved, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our earlier post: http://ploverlovers.com/2016/04/piping-plovers-looking-for-monitors-at-sauble-beach/ If you …
By Denis Langlois, Sun Times, Owen Sound Thursday, April 28, 2016 12:52:52 EDT PM Piping plovers are back at Sauble Beach. Four of the endangered shorebirds have been spotted this week so far on the Lake Huron shoreline in the South Bruce Peninsula community, according to the local Plover Lovers group. Sauble Beach resident Don Kennedy was the first person …
First Piping Plover Orientation of the season – join us today!
After a grey, windy, and freezing meeting on the beach yesterday to search for signs of Piping Plovers with Don Kennedy, our group of seven came up empty handed. As fate would have it, this afternoon we received the much anticipated email from Don saying that they have arrived! Perhaps they came in on yesterday’s wind and are now enjoying …
New Volunteer Coordinator Jenna Skinner and Don Kennedy at Sauble Beach. Don shows us a plover hut that he has been working on with MNRF over the winter.
A first time ever! Sauble Beach chick that hatched in 2015 was spotted in Florida last winter.
A view of the Sauble Beach shoreline and location of all nests from 2007 to 2015 incl. Submitted by Don Kennedy.
Details about the volunteer Monitoring program. Attend one of two sessions.
A first time ever – report of a Sauble Beach chick spends winter in Florida
2015 chick hatched at Sauble Beach spends its first winter in Florida.