LPW in the News

Want to keep up with Long Point Waterfowl? Check out some links below of recent articles and videos where we are focused in the news!

Duck tracker gets odd looks from Simcoe Reformer

Working for the Wood Duck from Nature Conservancy Canada’s “Stories from the Field”

Tracking ducks by GPS will tell scientists a lot from Wallaceburg Courier Press

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Long Point Waterfowl Research & Education Centre, Long Tail Ducks & more from Angler and Hunter Radio

Researcher Looks to Save an Endangered Habitat from Western News

Conservation Honour for CWS Biologist from OFAH Media Release

Wind Turbine Article from the Sarnia Observer

Taking action on Mute Swans from the Ontario Out of Doors Magazine

Tracking birds at Lake St. Clair from the Windsor Star

Tracking birds at Lake St. Clair from the Chatham Daily News

Scott Petrie’s award featured in the news from the Tillsonburg News

Wildlife biologist wears many hats from Simcoe Times Reformer

LPW grads garner grants from the Tillsonburg News

Frozen lakes deadly to ducks from CTV News

CTV News Report: Frozen Great Lakes deadly for ducks, conservationists say. On Sunday, March 23rd, Dr. Scott Petrie and Ted Barney discussed the impacts of the harsh 2013/14 winter on waterfowl on CTV News.
Ted Barney, a biologist with Long Point Waterfowl, said many of the dead birds had relied on their own body mass to stay alive. “And they get to a point where there is no more muscle mass left for them to use as energy,” Barney told CTV Kitchener.

 

Reports of duck and geese deaths around the province from the Sarnia Observer

Insight into Tundra Swans from the Port Rowan Good News

A Quarter Century of Long Point Waterfowl from the Ontario Out of Doors Magazine

Ontario dove hunt returns after long ban from The Globe and Mail

Youth Hunting and Wildlife Heritage Workshop from the Port Rowan Good News

Youth Hunting and Conservation Course from the Tillsonburg News

Daddy/daughter deer hunt “game on” from Tillsonburg News

Duck Day attracted large crowd from Port Rowan Good News

Third Annual Duck Day from Snapd

Top guns’ coming to LPW camp from Tillsonburg News

Wintering Close to Home from Ducks Unlimited Canada magazine “Conservator”

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