|Date:||Wednesday, April 25, 2018|
|Time:||6 - 11 p.m.|
|Location:||KLT's Ingleton-Wells Property (105 Reids Road, North Kawartha)|
|Cost:||See website for membership details|
This annual PFN evening trip is to look for migrating salamanders and their egg masses in breeding pools. This inventory event will be at the Ingleton-Wells property of the Kawartha Land Trust (KLT). The event will commence with the checking of pools for egg masses of Spotted and Blue-spotted salamanders. Listen as well for frog species calling and and hopefully a Barred Owl. This trip will be led jointly by Martin Parker, Sue Paradisis and Evan Thomas. This is an evening outing. After meeting we will travel to the Ingleton-Wells property on the northwestern part of Stoney Lake. Wear clothes forecast for the weather, water-proof footwear, head lamp or flashlight, and evening snack or packed supper. It is anticipated the trip will return to the city around 11 p.m. Accessibility: Moderate, with walking around woodland ponds and returning in the dark.
For more information please visit www.peterboroughnature.org.