Land Trust Discovery Days February 2021 CLICK HERE

CLICK HERE for animal tracks videos, printable booklets and tracking information.

 

 

 

Welcome 2021!

Best wishes for a wonderful year ahead!

New Video Release!

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Guided Tours of Dahl Forest and Barnum Creek Nature Reserve

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Walkers on the Heritage Hike trail in spring

Dahl Forest puzzle, “Autumn on the Burnt River” Sold out! We may offer another run of this popular puzzle at a later date. Thanks for your interest!

 

THANKS to all who participated in our recent fundraising auction! Your support is appreciated! Those with the highest bids will be notified.

 

Thank You Haliburton County Development Corporation!

The Haliburton County Development Corporation has recently awarded a grant to HHLT which will be used to support management and stewardship activities at Dahl Forest and more trail development support for Barnum Creek Nature Reserve. Their continued support is very much appreciated!

Land Trust Discovery Days Online! Bird Box Video and Patterns!

We are excited to have completed a video teaching about installing a bird box.  Thanks to Thom Lambert for sharing his knowledge and expertise.  Thanks also to Stick and Stones Productions and Midori Nagai for volunteering to film the installation and produce the video.

CLICK HERE to go to the  VIDEOS page.  You will find this and many other interesting videos made over the years by HHLT.

Try the links below which will take you to sites you may find useful when building your own bird box! Watch for our video of Thom Lambert demonstrating the installation of a bird box later in May!

Ontario Eastern Bluebird Society

Audubon – How to Build a Bluebird Nest Box

PDF plans from our HHLT February workshop – birdbox fact sheet

HHLT Trails Update – Dahl Forest Re-Opened, Barnum Creek Nature Reserve Work Continues Towards Opening

 

Dahl Forest trails are open for walking only. No picnics or gatherings. Please use caution if walking on our trails.

Please follow the Public Health directives about physical distancing and the following protocols.

  1. If you come by car, please park a few metres away from other cars so you can maintain a physical distance.
  2. Keep a two metre distance between yourself and any other visitors.
  3. Please do not come in a group (except for people with whom you are living). Please model physical distancing with these people as well.
  4. Keep your dog on a leash so your dog does not have contact with other visitors.
  5. Don’t touch your face and wash your hands when you get home.

Barnum Creek Nature Reserve is not yet open to the public.  HHLT is still working on trails and mapping……….  Check back for updates.

Please contact us at admin@haliburtonlandtrust.ca if you have any questions.

We hope you can find a way to get outdoors and enjoy nature, fill your spirit with wonder, and enjoy the beautiful signs of spring.

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The Haliburton Highlands Land Trust wishes good health and safe keeping to everyone in this time of uncertainty.

Young Trout Lily leaves

The Haliburton Highlands Land Trust continues our campaign to raise funds for our Stewardship Fund.  Please CLICK HERE to find out more and make your donation today!

Help protect the Land You Love for Future Generations!

 

Virtual Dahl Forest Visit

CLICK HERE to enjoy a Dahl Forest photo gallery!