It’s music to the ears to hear birds chirping now that it’s springtime. Did you know that April starts off frog season?
Beginning April 13, Conservation Halton has some fun events organized over the next few months involving, story times, nature tours and frog hikes.
You can observe them, but don’t kiss them!
April 19, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
April 19, 2013
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
The swamps and ponds at Mountsberg are alive with the calls of frogs and toads!
Experienced guides help guests search for these amazingly vocal creatures as well as the elusive salamanders. A Puppet show and pond study bring this night alive for the young naturalists.
Tickets: $15 for Adults, $10 for Children (age 5 to 14 years) and Seniors (ages 65 years and over), free for children ages 4 years and under. All applicable taxes are extra.
This is a pre-registered event. Please register online or call Mountsberg 905-854-2276 for information.
Season of Many Frogs Peeping
April 13 – June 30, 2013
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Lakeside Sharing – Crawford Lake staff share the story of our beautiful lake and the animals that call it home. 1pm-4pm
Wildflower Walk – A guided walk through the beautiful woodlands. 11am
Iroquoian Village Discovery – Explore reconstructed Iroquoian longhouses. 10am-4pm.
Longhouse Lore – Presentations with fire starting in the Iroquoian village. 1pm and 3pm.
Facilities may be limited.
Guided public tours of the Iroquoian Village begin weekdays in May at 2:15.