The public has a chance to see all kinds of water birds this weekend as Presqu’ile Provincial Park holds its 40th annual Waterfowl Weekend.
The ducks, geese and swans are starting to appear and up to 25 different species are expected to rest and feed in Presqu’ile Bay before moving on to nesting areas further north and west.
Spokesman David Bree says the situation is good for duck watching.
Bree says there are about 7,000 waterfowl on the bay.
The Waterfowl Weekend runs Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m.to 4 p.m.
The Nature Centre will feature children’s activities and crafts, duck displays, and a taxidermy display from Feather and Down Taxidermy, with Steve Dingman there to answer your questions. Carver, Gary McPherson, will also be present to showcase the art of bird carving and bird photography.