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If you are looking for a rewarding volunteer opportunity then look no farther than joining 'the Friends'.
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If you are renewing your membership or just joining us, you can pay your membership fee by interac e-transfer to email@example.com.
It's simple. Just copy the information on our 'How you can help' page into an email to membership@friendsofthesanctuary and send an interac e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org.
"GET ON BOARD"
Help Us Restore the Boardwalk Experience
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Meet & Greet
On July 9th, The Friends hosted our first annual Meet & Greet welcoming back old and new members to thank them for their continuing support and update them on our recent accomplishments. Tours of the trails and campground were offered, the Get on Board Pillars were unveiled along with the Purple Martin house, and everyone enjoyed refreshments in the Stephanie Grady Educational Pavilion. See the pics here.
Nature & Wildlife Day 2017
What's happening at the Sanctuary?
Phase II of the Redwing Trail boardwalk system is now complete.
Girl Guide and Brownie troupe come out for a visit. See more.
A class from Rothwell Osnabruck school in Ingleside come out to the Sanctuary for the day. See more...
Bob-o-Link and Meadowlark rehabilitation in partnership with South Nation Conservation. Read more...
Purple Martin Study in partnership with Nature Canada read more...