There are more than 300 species of birds to be seen in Ontario
and many of these are to be seen in the Niagara Region. There are so many
places to go for a great birding experience!
Whether you join one of our club outings or head out on your own, there are a
few things you may want to take with you:
Weather appropriate clothing
Good walking shoes or boots (not open-toed)
Bug spray, hat, and sunscreen
Refillable water bottle
Note book and pen
And if you have them:
Binoculars and/or a camera
Peninsula Field Naturalists Club
schedule many birding trips in every season, from looking for ducks on the
Niagara River and Lake Ontario in the water, to strolls through lush, peaceful
wooded areas in the summer. We welcome visitors, all adults and supervised
childern, to join us. Check the calendar for our next outing.
It is important ...
To be careful not to disturb the birds or cause them distress, particularly in
the spring when they are breading and raising young
Never approach a bird's nest with eggs or chicks in it, as it could cause the
parents to abandon their nesting site.