Long Point Waterfowl’s First Annual Duck Day

Long Point Waterfowl invites you to attend the first annual Duck Day

The Long Point Research and Education Centre will host Duck Day on Sunday, September 25th from 12:00 to 4:00 pm.

The day will include presentations from Long Point Waterfowl staff and graduate students on wetlands and waterfowl research in the Great Lakes region, a free-flying raptor display, waterfowl calling, retriever handling and decoy carving demonstrations, and a presentation about wild edible plants. Our program will also include youth games and other activities.

There will be displays and participation by other conservation and education organizations. Admission, food and beverages are free.
Founded in the 1980s, Long Point Waterfowl is a non-profit, non-government organization
dedicated primarily to the study and conservation of waterfowl and wetlands throughout the lower Great Lakes region.

Long Point Waterfowl established the Research and Education Centre in 2007 to help further our research, conservation and outdoor education mandate.
The Research and Education Centre is located at 546 Turkey Point Road, approximately one kilometre south of Highway 24 near Turkey Point, Ontario.

For more information, to confirm your attendance or to arrange for booth space please contact Katelyn Weaver at [email protected] 519-428-2866.