This South Shore Stroll will be through the NCC's MapleCross Coastline Reserve.
The reserve demonstrates areas of grassy meadow, cedar woods and coastal wetland. In June we will be able to document breeding birds, early butterflies and meadow and wetland wild flowers. Our stroll will take us to the shore where we can look for ducks and gulls - and maybe a Bald Eagle.
We will meet on Helmer Rd at the entrance to the reserve at 9 am. Take Helmer from County Rd. 13 and follow past the 90 degree turn approximately 100 m to park along the side of the road. Please note: Helmer Rd is a rough gravel road, but should be dry in June.
Ticks and Poison Ivy are present on the Reserve. Closed shoes or boots and long pants are recommended. There are no washroom facilities. Bring water and a snack.
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