Love Nature? Want to save it from the Ontario government’s misguided “green energy” program which believes wind power trumps wildlife? Here’s a chance to help out. A 2 1/2 hour drive south-west.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Public invited to help inventory the biologically significant Ostrander Point.
Prince Edward County (July 30, 2014) – The Prince Edward County Field Naturalists are hosting the county’s first ever BioBlitz at Ostrander Point. The event runs over a 24 hour period from noon on Saturday August 9 to noon on Sunday August 10, 2014 and includes guided tours for the public focussing on how to identify a variety of species from plants to birds, insects and amphibians and reptiles.
Ostrander Point is located within the South Shore Important Bird Area, a site recognized globally for its importance to birds and biodiversity.
“Much of the biodiversity of the South Shore Important Bird Area has not been identified” notes Myrna Wood of the Prince Edward County Field Naturalists Club. Wood continues “Ostrander Point was the subject of an Environmental Review Tribunal hearing during which…
View original post 237 more words