Beach Talk 2017 Update

Alicia Fortin Sauble Beach, Updates from the Beach

We have wrapped up our first three Beach Talks of the season, making this an appropriate time to share what we have learned so far! Join us on Wednesday (July 12) to continue the conversation as we move from the depths of the lake to the sandy shore as Mark Wiercinski discusses Birds and Ecology Along Lake Huron Shore at …

Summer 2017 Update

Alicia Fortin Sauble Beach, Updates from the Beach

As the Canada Day weekend festivities have come to an end and the usual summer beach days have begun, it seemed like an appropriate time to give an update on the birds we have had at the beach this summer. While there have been some ups and downs, we are very excited to have had a largely successful season so …

Canada Day Celebrations 2017!

Alicia Fortin Sauble Beach, Updates from the Beach

What is it that makes Canada special? I’m sure we could list many things, including Canada’s incredibly rich and diverse social and cultural history. This Canada Day, we would also like to celebrate the amazing species that call Canada home. Join us this weekend on Sauble Beach to celebrate a fantastic Canadian migrant; the Piping Plover! Find volunteers on Sauble …

Plover Lovers Go to School!

Alicia Fortin Sauble Beach, Updates from the Beach

Last Monday (June 20), Plover Lovers took Todd Pover of the Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey to visit Amabel Sauble Community School. Todd’s presentations engaged students, and a trip to the beach allowed students to see the Piping Plover adults and their chicks in person! While on the beach, we also put up signs around the perimeters which were …

Become a Volunteer Monitor!

Alicia Fortin Updates from the Beach

Are you interested in helping species at risk? Do you like birds and spending time on the beach? We have a perfect opportunity for you! It’s time for us to welcome our Piping Plovers back to Sauble Beach! As the birds prepare for the summer ahead, we should join them in doing the same. There are many challenges facing the …

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Great Lakes Piping Plovers filmed on the Canadian shores of Lake Ontario – 2016

Cheryl Ferguson Articles, Global News, Other beaches in Ontario, Plover Lovers Committee, Uncategorised

Watch a 20-minute video of the Great Lakes Piping Plovers that nested on Darlington Beach on the Canadian Shores of Lake Ontario during the spring and summer of 2016. The video was produced and edited by volunteer Winnie Poon and narrated by Roy Smith. Glenn Coady, Volunteer Coordinator and John Brett – Canadian Wildlife Services discuss the life of the …