Category Archives: Thames Talbot Land Trust

Hawk Cliff weekends wrapping up


Immature sharp-shinned hawk ready to depart after brief rest.

The weather on Saturdays was wet to say the least. Last Sunday saw about 150 people attend the Raptor Bander and Monarch Watch demonstrations. This year saw the addition of a parking lot on the recently acquired Hawk Cliff Woods property by Thames Talbot Land Trust.
The trust had a large tent set up for the talks, which really worked well for the rainy days.
The Land Trust will be having their dedication and official opening of Hawk Cliff Woods at 12:30 on Sept 19th. All are welcome.


TTLT winter walk around Lusty Family Tract

View of Lusty Family Tract

The Thames Talbot Land Trust will be having a winter walking tour on February 1st at 1 pm to show off this new purchase opportunity. The property is 1 kilometre east of Tanager tract on Queens Line. It is 53 acres of Carolinian swamp forest, which would be great to walk in the cold winter. The Thames Talbot Land Trust currently owns 12 properties. As a side note the Lawrence Station breakfast is on that Sunday, a great way to start the drive to Lusty family tract walkabout.