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We've changed our Twitter handle! @CarolinianCan is now @carolinianzone. Our old handle definitely caused confusion (don't you really want to just type @caroliniancanada?), so we decided to switch it up and pick something new that still represents us to the core. We are all about Canada's Deep South, and now our twitter handle is in the zone! If you already follow us on Twitter, you don't have to do anything, and you can still search for us by our full name. If you would like to send us a tweet, just enter @carolinianzone in your Twitter app and we'll see your message.

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Carolinian Canada Coalition has been selected to be recognized by the Mayor at the City Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, June 30, 2015 as part of the Featured Community Organization program. This program is coordinated by Pillar Nonprofit Network on behalf of the Mayor’s office through a volunteer selection committee. Recognition consists of a mounted certificate presented by Mayor Brown at a Council meeting to representatives of the community organization. The program has been in place since 2002 and recognizes the important contributions of nonprofit organizations and their volunteer members to the community.

Friday, June 26, 2015 - 8:00pm

As of the end of June my species total is 263 for the Carolinian Zone -- just seven species shy of my "modest" target of 270 with half a year to go. Getting there since my last post in early May has been quite a birding delight. In one afternoon at Point Pelee, I added two species to my all-time Ontario life list: a most obliging Chuck-Will's-Widow and the ever-elusive (in Ontario) Mississippi Kite. This was on May 16. I had heard about the Chuck-Will's-Widow, which was discovered earlier that day along the Woodland Trail south of the Visitor's Centre....

London Loves Go Wild Grow Wild!
Wednesday, June 24, 2015 - 8:00pm

On April 18, hundreds of people from the London region and beyond gathered at the Western Fair Agriplex for Carolinian Canada's first ever Go Wild Grow Wild Expo. Some even came from as far as Windsor! All came for the promise of an outdoor expo like no other, bringing native plant nurseries, conservation authorities, and educational groups together with ecotourism companies, outdoor activity equipment vendors, and local food producers. If you love the outdoors, then there is something at Go Wild Grow Wild for you!

Monday, May 11, 2015 - 8:00pm

I had great time birding at the Point Pelee and the Rondeau areas from May 7 through 9.  Highlights in and around Pelee area included a beautiful, breeding-plumaged Amer

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