Spring to arrive early says Wiarton Willie!

 According to albino groundhog, Wiarton Willie, Spring will arrive early when he did not see his shadow. Mayor Janice Jackson, who apparently is fluent in...

Care and finding ‘forever homes’ the priority of animal shelter

Those volunteers involved with Grey Bruce Animal Shelter (GBAS) do it for one reason ... their love of animals. The shelter began in 1989 when...

Fall is for the birds during Fall raptor migration

 The beginning of fall is an exciting time for bird enthusiasts as summer fledglings become air-borne adults and join others of their kind on...

Dryland Sled Dog Derby returns to MacGregor

On Nov 3rd & 4th the sounds of eager sled dogs, mushers and K-9 enthusiasts will fill the air at MacGregor Point Provincial Park...

Love at first sight – you just know when it’s Wright

Hello everybody.  They have named me "Matilda" and it sounds good to me! Mr. Wright (I'm going to call him"Poppa" after this) adopted me today...

A little community with a big heart

Located along the Teeswater River on the edge of the Greenock Swamp, southern Ontario's largest forested wetland, the Hamlet of Chepstow, with a population of...

Paisley Fall Fair a major Heavy Horse competition

Paisley Fall Fair is a big one especially for those who are passionate about horses. It is one of the largest heavy horse competitions in...

Guide Dog program relies on fundraisers and donations

For many, a specially trained Dog Guide means independence, mobility, safety and companionship. From guiding their handlers through their daily lives to getting help when...

Where kids can experience wild ‘critters’

Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre will be alive with nature's critters once again on Monday (Civic Day), August 6th when 'Speaking of Wildlife'...

It’s almost time!

It's almost time ... the Piping Plovers of Port Elgin are beginning to think of leaving as they try out their wings. ... while others...

New Piping Plover chicks are banded

The recently hatched Piping Plover chicks on Port Elgin beach were 'banded'  yesterday (July 4/14), with the exception of the one affectionately called 'the...

Piping Plovers at play

Photos by Sandy Lindsay (Saugeen Times)   Parents watch over chicks carefully            

Port’s Piping Plovers hatch

Approximately three weeks after they arrived at Port Elgin Beach, the Piping Plovers' four offspring hatched on Monday afternoon, June 23 (2014). They are the...