The promise is fine weather on Thursday, so go for a walk. It's an excellent time to see the birds as the trees have not leafed out and you can locate them more readily.
|Sculpture outside Chappell house garden, taken in the Fall.|
Bird Watching Hikes
Join expert birders Luc Fazio and Dan Salisbury for a series of bird watching hikes at Riverwood. Bring your binoculars and discover our magnificent spring migratory birds. Great for families, new birders and experienced ones alike! Meet at the main (first) parking lot by the sign board at Riverwood.
· April 27 (2:30 to 4:00 pm)
|Since the West Nile virus I haven't seen many Blue Jays lately|
Health Walks: The Upper Terrace of Riverwood
TRC and the City of Mississauga Parks and Recreation are working together to provide a series of informative and healthy walks at Riverwood and Erindale. The first half of the walk with be led by TRC volunteer where participants learn about the park and its features. Then Mike Erison leads a brisk heart-healthy walk through Riverwood’s beautiful forest. Be sure to dress for a brisk walk.
· Saturday, April 23, 9:00 - 10:30 am
Earth: A Celebration
Mark your calendar on Friday, April 29, 2011, the date for our 10th annual Earth: A Celebration. This evening of philanthropy, camaraderie and networking will again be held at the Oasis Convention Centre in Mississauga. Proceeds from the event will help support a new Special Needs Garden and grow our community programs in education, stewardship, gardening and volunteerism at Riverwood park. We hope you can join us! For more information and to purchase tickets and tables, please see our website or call905-279-5878 or email: Earth@TheRiverwoodConservancy.
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