King Bird Walk

The Dufferin Marsh is a remnant feature of the Schomberg River and was isolated when the river was channeled in the 1800’s. Through natural processes and man made disturbances the old river bed developed into a marsh. The land was historically used for farming, and was bisected by the Schomberg and Aurora Railway in 1902. Through the years the Marsh has flourished despite adjacent development.

Each year the Dufferin Marsh Committee guides participants to a different habitat close to the Dufferin Marsh. Participants will learn about the abundant varieties of wildlife as well as significant ecological features of the marsh. A delicious Lions Club Pancake Breakfast will follow the tour.

For up to date information visit The Dufferin Marsh website.