Lambton Shores Nature Trails maintains some of the environmentally most significant natural areas in Southwestern Ontario. Located in Carolinian Canada, it is home to many birds including the migrating tundra swans who pass through in the early spring on their trek to the far north.
Two properties, L-Lake Conservation Area and the Ausable River Cut Conservation Area have been designated as Important Birding Areas (IBA) by IBA Canada. Considering the natural habitat the trails go through and the proximately to lots of water, their is an abundance of birds along the trails.
Take a hike, bring binoculars or a camera, there's lots to see along the trails and enjoy the scenery!
During the recent Birdathon 2019, participants attended to Ipperwash Dunes & Swales property over a two-day period.
List of Birds Observed:
Want to know more about each trail and the birds that have been sighted? Click on one of the links below to find out more about the birds seen at each of our trails:
Ipperwash Dunes & Swales
Lambton County Heritage Forest
Ausable River Cut Conservation Area
Ausable River Valley & Mystery Falls