Located at the crossroads of major migration routes, Point Pelee National Park welcomes thousands of birds and birdwatchers alike each spring. Dedicated to the protection and presentation of this unique part of Canada, Point Pelee National Park is home to a diversity of species seen few other places in the country.
The best time to see the greatest diversity of songbirds is the first three weeks of May. Forty-two (42) of the 55 regularly occurring warbler species in North America have been recorded at Point Pelee.
The Municipality of Leamington has commenced sanitary sewer construction along Point Pelee Drive, with construction activities along Bevel Line Road commencing on October 9, 2016. Please note that access to local businesses and residents will be maintained during construction.
The work is being conducted to resolve the issue of raw sewage discharging into the watercourse. The work will involve the construction of new sanitary gravity trunk sewers, forcemains, pump stations and watermain upgrades.
Pelee Drive Construction