Trip to Bellows Bay
Date: Saturday, April 29, 2017.
Time: at 9 am.
Trip Leader: Christian Renault
Meet at the marina in Pembroke, at
the mouth of the Muskrat River.
We will look for birds for a
while at the marina, then travel
towards Westmeath, with a brief
stop at some flooded fields to
look for aquatic birds. We will
continue to a farm on Bellows Bay,
to look and listen for songbirds,
and scope for ducks.
Carpooling from the marina
strongly suggested. Bring rubber
boots for our muddiest outing.
Walk in the farm is about 1.5 km
total. Total duration is usually
2.5-3 hours. Spotting scopes are
useful, binoculars essential.
Oak Ridge Forest Wildlife
(This replaces the old
Petawawa Crown Reserve Walk
that was deemed unsuitable).
When: Saturday, May 13 at
This outing is for club
members or those who sign up at
the event. The
reserve consists of a variety of
trails through different
topography and should be
excellent for spring birds as
well as possible wildlife.
Please meet Ken Hooles, Wayne
Thompson and Rob Cunningham at
To get there from Pembroke, take
Highway 17 towards Chalk River.
left on Main Street at lights,
go to end of Main, turn right
onto Wylie Road and follow it
approximately 8 km to Kean Road
and turn left onto Kean Road and
follow to end of Kean Road to
more information, please feel
free to contact Ken Hooles at 613-735-4430.
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