A group of hardworking volunteers and two GSC staff met on June 28th to remove 80 old pieces of boardwalk and replace them with new, sturdy boards. To see more photos from the event go to Project Photos
Friends of Hibou aim to keep the Interpretive Trail open and as safe as possible. Given that it is offering us a place to walk through an area of Wetland, it is understandable that the water is going to have an impact on the trail. Walkers must be prepared for wet spots. The boardwalk and graveled areas help keep the trail as walkable as possible.
Things tend to be a bit quieter now, at least until we have enough snow for snowshoeing or skiing. While we remain uncertain regarding what the winter will bring in terms of restrictions, you do know that Hibou is there for you to venture out of doors enjoying nature while still staying healthy.
This Newsletter is shorter but just as important. We look forward to any responses. We hope you enjoy the holiday season, respecting all the many different ways that people celebrate.
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In case there are still some glitches, I am sharing with you the guided hike schedule from the Newsletter.
Together with Grey Sauble Conservation, Friends of Hibou are again offering guided hikes/walks this fall. More may be offered later in the season depending on weather and Covid so watch our web site and Face Book page.
Sept 20 Monday 10:00am till 12:00 Adapted Forest bathing walk with Marie Knapp Sept 30 Thursday 9:30 till 12:00 A guided hike on the Interpretive Trail with Bob Knapp Oct 7 Thursday 9:30 till 12:00 A guided hike on the Interpretive trail with Barry Lewin
Join Don Sankey for a photography hike along the HIbou shore and on the trails. Bring your camera. Learn more about taking pictures to capture nature in different elements. Plus you will see the beginning signs of spring.
When: Tuesday March 30th 1pm till 3pm (weather forecast looks good so far)
Where: meet at the pump house parking lot southern end of Hibou