Laneway Corridors – Wolf Packs Event

Address provided upon registration Thunder Bay

DATE: Aug 21

TIME: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Does your yard include habitat for wildlife? Do birds come over for tasty berries, seeds, or bugs? Maybe you put out a bird house for shelter and even a bird bath with clean, fresh water. Or, your family might have taken part in the growing trend of providing habitat for insects by planting milkweed and other native plants in your garden. On their own, these small patches of habitat can only do so much. However, when many small patches are connected together, they can become a powerful force for conservation. Some of these links, or corridors, can be found right behind our homes: in back lanes! Join guest leader, John Walas, for a stroll down some back lanes to learn about urban habitats and think about how those habitats are connected or broken apart. We will see first-hand both the opportunities and challenges that come with these back lane habitat connections. Please note: Thunder Bay Field Naturalists (TBFN) Wolf Packs events are designed for families with children approximately 6-11 years of age, but older and younger children are also welcome to attend. All children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Laneway Corridors – Wolf Packs Event

Please contact Courtney at or 633-0189 if you have any questions or need any help with your registration.