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Brereton Field Naturalist's Walk


Nature Walk Along Wilkins Trail, Hewitt Creek in Barrie's South End.

Saturday 24 September 2016, 7:30am

Meet at LLPL at 7.30am and car pool to south end of Barrie or meet Paul on Walnut Crescent (in the south end of Barrie) at the trail entrance to start the walk at 8:00am. Well be walking along partially wooded lowland to upper wooded forests and then down into the lower woods where we walk alongside the striking Hewitt Creek as it finalizes its run into Lake Simcoe. Each way takes about an hour or so.

Well be looking for Red Tail Hawks, Coopers Hawk, Pine Warblers, Cedar Waxwings, Red Breasted, Pileated Woodpeckers, Downeys, Hairys, and many different types of Sparrows, Green Herons, Blue Herons, Swifts, Kingfishers and an assortment of waterfowl along the lake shore line.
Note: There are no washrooms along the trail and at a minimum it takes two full hours there and back. Easy to moderate walking with a couple of steep hills. Snack and water.

Location Depart LLPL 7.30am 8.00am at Walnut Crescent. (Big Bay Pt Rd E to Pine Drive to Walnut Cres.)

Contact Paul Forde - Phone- 705 725 0750


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