We are nearing the end of our Festival of Flight which celebrates the spring migration of songbirds through the area. Although the weather was cool and wet most days, we still had some very special visitors. Continue reading Special visitors stop by Festival of Flight at Rondeau
This past weekend, The Friends of Rondeau held their annual celebration of the spring migration of waterfowl and Tundra swans. Unfortunately nature doesn’t always pay attention to dates. Rondeau Bay was almost completely frozen on the first day of the festival which meant no Tundra swans. Continue reading Wings of spring!
A sure sign of spring is when the birds begin to arrive at Ontario Parks. Continue reading Spring Birdwatching at Ontario Parks
Affordable March Break activities are planned at Ontario Parks. They include a maple syrup festival, two birdwatching celebrations, and one of Ontario’s most unique ski events. Continue reading March Break at Ontario Parks
Each spring, thousands of Tundra swan and tens of thousand of other waterfowl flock into Rondeau Bay on their way north. This amazing diversity and volume of birds has made waterfowl viewing an annual ritual at Rondeau Provincial Park. Continue reading Wings of Spring!
Spectacular fall colours, cool nights, and sunny days – with no mosquitoes or black flies – make autumn a great time of year to visit a provincial park. Continue reading Autumn Is Show Time In Southern Ontario Parks
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If you are looking to get outside and into nature for your family’s spring break this year, Ontario’s provincial parks have many great affordable outings for you to enjoy. Continue reading Fun Family Activities This Spring Break at Ontario Parks