The Friends of Minesing Wetlands have captured some of the work that has been done in the Minesing Wetlands during the summer and fall of 2014 in our latest edition of the Minesing Reeds.
Enjoy stories from the Minesing Wetlands including Mike Francis’ day searching for rare orchids in the Minesing fen complex. Kristyn Ferguson reports on the land acquisition of a “piece of the Minesing” along the southern portion of the Mad River.
You will also read about how the Minesing Wetlands was “spruced up” as part of the TD Tree Days.
Please enjoy the Fall 2014 edition of the Minesing Reeds!
Minesing Reeds Fall 2014
Attention winter activity enthusiasts! On February 1 the Friends of Minesing Wetlands, in collaboration with the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority, will be leading a snowshoe into the Minesing Wetlands.
The snowshoe will take us to one of Ontario’s oldest and largest Great Blue Heron nesting sites (Heronry). Along the way expect to be dazzled by the landscape and possibly encounter some hardy wildlife that endure Canada’s winter. On past snowshoe adventures we have encountered Snowy Owls and Bald Eagles! NVCA Ecologist Dave Featherstone will provide ecological interpretation of the Minesing Wetlands.
The adventure will require approximately 3 hours of snowshoeing, which includes periodic breaks. Bring your own snacks, water and warm drinks, and dress appropriately for winter weather!
Departure time on February 1 is 10 am from Ronald Rd/Glengarry Rd!
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to register
$10 for members $15 for non-members
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