Children at Amabel – Sauble Community School learn about the endangered Piping Plover.
Hello all of you that love the plovers! This is a friendly reminder that we have a Volunteer Monitors’ Orientation / Training session this Thursday, June 4th 7 – 9:00 pm at the Sauble Beach Community Centre – Community Centre Drive, N0H 2G0 Thank you very much for your interest in volunteering for the Piping Plover Recovery Program this Spring/Summer!! We hope you …
The first nest is protected and we are scheduling Volunteers to help monitor the Piping Plovers.
First nest has exclosure & perimeter fence in place. Scheduling volunteers.
Dr Francesca Cuthbert discusses the plight of the Piping Plover. If the population reaches 100 pairs in Michigan and 50 elsewhere in the region, and holds there for five years, the piping plover stands to be classified as recovered.
By Cheryl Santa Maria Digital Reporter Wednesday, February 19, 2014, 2:16 PM A recent report by the U.S. Geological Survey suggests that toxins in the Great Lakes are killing birds at an alarming rate. Since 1999, it’s estimated that more than 100,000 birds have died from avian botulism in this region. The disease attacks the nervous system leading to paralysis and, …
While the snow blasts, remember that time flies! Soon it will be summer again, and the plovers at Sauble will be nesting once again. To get a jump on the busy season, training and information sessions about the Sauble Beach Piping Plover Program will be run in February for interested groups. Send an email to email@example.com if you are interested in volunteering for 2012, or in having someone speak to your group.
Please be patient as the new website packed with information about the Sauble Beach Piping Plovers is developed. We look forward to having this site up and running in time for the arrival of the 2012 breeding plovers 🙂