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Bug Hunting Birds- The Acrobats of our Skies Workshop

Saturday, June 1, 2019

9 to 11:30 a.m.

Terra Cotta Watershed Learning Centre, Halton Hills (View Map)

$10 CAD

Discover the vital connections between birds and wetland bugs. Learn about the hidden lives of these fast and agile flyers and why their numbers are declining. Our CVC experts will show you how to spot them and ways to make your property an inviting home. We’ll look for these aerial acrobats as we walk through Terra Cotta Conservation Area and you’ll have the chance to dip nets into the wetland to find bugs that birds eat.

Bring your own binoculars or borrow a pair from us.

Please dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes. We’ll be walking on uneven ground.

 Preference is given to landowners in the Credit River watershed. You can look up your address here to see if your property falls within the watershed.

*Please register by May 31, 2019.


Contact: Shannon Lem at 905.670.1615 ext. 457 or

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