For most of the fall in Copeland Forest, there is hunting for something: migratory birds, small game (squirrel, rabbit, grouse, turkey) and deer. In fact many of the dates extend into the winter and spring months. Take the time to time to review this schedule
Copeland Forest welcomed members with warm temperatures and her finest display of fall colours on October 15th. Thanks once again to Horseshoe Resort for the venue and the delicious Barbecue.
A printed map/brochure of Copeland Forest is now available for $2 at the following fine businesses and organizations:
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry will be conducting trail repairs that include the installation of culverts on one of the main Copeland trails. The location of this repair work is the main trail between Parking Lot 1 and Parking Lot 2 (see our
The Upland of the Copeland Forest is on the edge of the Oro Moraine. Water seeps out of the hills and helps form the rivers that flow out of the Forest. In a few instances, single track trails go through these water seepage areas and
A new map of the major trails in the Copeland Forest is now available to help people enjoy the Forest. Over 50 new signs enable users to see where they are on a map. The map and signage are a project of the Copeland Forest
We have some exciting news that just came in. The Copeland Forest Friends Association 2016 Work Plan has been approved by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. The 2016 Work Plan is part of a three year plan focusing on trail management and ecology
We’re not sure how David Attenborough would narrate this frog orgy–it’s definitely not PG13! Filmed in April in a Copeland Forest Vernal Pool, it features Spring Peepers, Wood Frogs, amphibian egg masses, and beautiful Fairy Shrimp. Enjoy. Filmed by Aiesha Aggarwal. Watch the