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Spotlight on Marsh Restoration (in French)

Learn about the marsh restoration project happening now at Point Pelee National Park.

Join Emma Burbidge, Resource Conservation Technician, for a brief overview of the project as we enter its third year. Meet the machines that will be used to remove invasive species such as Phragmites and discover the long-term benefits, goals and impacts of the restoration work.

Included with park admission.

  • Program provided by:

    Parks Canada

Date

May 04 2022
Expired!

Time

12:00 pm

Location

Visitor Centre Theatre
Point Pelee National Park
Category

Leader

  • Emma Burbidge
    Emma Burbidge

    A native Quebecer, Emma has been birding at Point Pelee since she was five years old. She started leading French bird hikes for the Friends in 2017, and was immediately hooked on the experience of sharing her love of birds, and of the park, with others. She worked as a student interpreter with the park for a summer before joining the resource conservation team, and is now a technician working on marsh restoration, breeding bird monitoring, and variety of other fantastic projects. After two years of delivering virtual presentations on birding, she is very excited to experience the joy of leading in-person hikes once again.