The Friends of MacGregor Point Park host a variety of events throughout the year including citizen science events, BBQ fundraisers, and the Huron Fringe Birding Festival.
Huron Fringe Birding Festival - Virtual-Lite 2021
The Huron Fringe Birding Festival is an internationally recognized event celebrating birds, birding, and nature. This eight-day festival in late May and early June offers over 90 guided hikes and presentations led by top local, provincial and global naturalists. Participants explore the Huron Fringe of land along the Lake Huron shoreline and significant natural areas in Bruce and Grey Counties during the end of bird migration and the beginning of nesting season.
Christmas Bird Count
The Christmas Bird Count is a Citizen Science Project in which participants monitor bird sightings within a given area for a day. This information contributes to a database reflecting the distribution of winter bird populations across North and Central America. This event takes place in early January.
Family Day at MacGregor Point Provincial Park
This celebration of Family takes place on the Family Day weekend in February. Come to MacGregor Point Park and walk the trails, feed the birds and take part in activities put on by the Discovery Park Staff. Many families enjoy the campfire, hot dogs, and hot chocolate provided by the Friends of MacGregor Point Park in the Friends Circle.