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Currie Tract, Halton Region Forest

The Pipits: Currie Tract, Halton Regional Forest, Spring 2024 (1)

This location is notable for a variety of habitats, including mature forest, scrubby open areas along the power line cut, and some wet areas where I've seen Northern Waterthrush. We could see Golden Winged, Blue Winged, Chestnut Sided Warblers among other warblers and songbirds.

The Pipits: Currie Tract, Halton Regional Forest, Spring 2024 (1)
The Pipits: Currie Tract, Halton Regional Forest, Spring 2024 (1)

Time & Location

Jul 28, 2024, 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Currie Tract, Halton Region Forest, 9475 Guelph Line, Milton, ON L0P 1B0, Canada

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About the event

If you have paid for a 2024 Pipits membership, please register below.

To register for this event as an unpaid Pipit member, please send etransfer for $15 to thepipitsbirdingclub@gmail.com, or bring cheque to event; and register below.

Currie Tract, Halton Regional Forest.

Leader: Colleen Reilly, cell: 289.795.6537

The driveway to the parking lot is tricky to find. When you're near the Casino go slowly and watch for the green number sign "9475".

This MONDAY we will be going to one of the Halton Regional Forests, the Currie Tract! 

This location is notable for a variety of habitats, including mature forest, scrubby open areas along the power line cut, and some wet areas where I've seen Northern Waterthrush. Terrain is varied, some flat wide trails, some narrow rocky trails.

We could see Golden Winged, Blue Winged, Chestnut Sided Warblers, Eastern Towhee, Indigo Bunting, among other songbirds.

Looking forward to seeing everyone who can make it!

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