When Bobolinks are mentioned in mixed audiences, you invariably get muffled laughter, quizzical looks and finally the question, “A bobo-what?”
Bobolinks are small songbirds in the same family as grackles and meadowlarks. The breeding male is most recognizable by its black body and white back with a buff patch at the nape.
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Macgregor Point has 12. Algonquin has 8. Quetico has 2. And now, Bronte Creek has 3. What are they? Yurts, of course! Continue reading Yurts truly… Bronte Creek
Did you know that Ontario is one of the few places in the world able to produce maple syrup? And did you know that it takes 40L of sap to produce just 1L of syrup? I didn’t either, until an outing to the Bronte Creek Provincial Park Maple Syrup Festival. Continue reading A Tasty Learning Experience
Bronte Creek’s Natural Heritage Education Specialist has won an award for promoting events, building tourism partnerships and encouraging people to explore local attractions.
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About 100 people gathered at Bronte Creek Provincial Park recently, to witness and help celebrate as 30 people became Canadian citizens.
The ceremonies on May 10th mark the first time an Ontario provincial park has played host to a citizenship ceremony. Continue reading A Memorable Day at Bronte Creek Provincial Park
On Wednesday, May 10th 2006, Bronte Creek Provincial Park will be the host for ceremonies welcoming new Canadians into the broader Canadian family. Continue reading Help us welcome new Canadians!
Multiculturalism was the theme at a recent community picnic at Bronte Creek Provincial Park. More than 300 people showed up for the June 27th event, to meet new people, explore the park and, of course, eat. The picnic was co-hosted by the park and the Halton Multicultural Council. Continue reading Bronte Creek Park Hosts Community Picnic