Today’s post was written by Laura Penner, Natural Heritage Education Leader at Rondeau Provincial Park.
Watching a forest wake up and spring back to life after a long winter is something almost everyone looks forward to. While the winter has charm and stunning beauty, the thought of those long, warm days simply change the pace of outdoor activity.
We aren’t the only ones anticipating the change of seasons. In fact, nature has been investing large amounts of energy in order to take advantage of this relatively short burst of warmth and the seemingly limitless supply of food that comes with it. This is evident in the countless flocks of birds that migrate north each spring.
Continue reading The spring bird migration
“There is nothing permanent except change.”
As the blissful haze of summer fades, we confront the realities of the changing season: colder weather and back to school. Autumn brings change to our lives, and to our parks as well. Change can seem overwhelming, but southwestern Ontario is a shining example of the beauty of change.
Continue reading Falling in love with the colours of Ontario’s southwest
2017 was a remarkable year at John E. Pearce Provincial Park. Not only did the park celebrate its 60th anniversary, but it was also the grand opening of a multi-year wetland restoration project and Wetland “Storey” Trail.
Continue reading Wetland restoration wins big at John E. Pearce Provincial Park!
Inverhuron Provincial Park is prized for its sandy beach, diverse habitats, and glorious sunsets. Visitors enjoy outstanding swimming, shady campsites and a full-range of facilities, including a laundromat and Park Store.
This year, we’re delighted to announce the park’s newest feature: four new camp cabins, which will be available on our reservation system as of June 15, 2017.
Continue reading New cabins at Inverhuron