13-year-old discovers endangered birds at Sauble
Local News - Saturday, June 23, 2007 @ 08:00
An army of volunteers, government officials, biologists in two countries is rallying around north Sauble Beach to help two endangered birds. If the nesting birds produce young, it will be the first time since 1977 the species has successfully nested on this side of the Great Lakes.
The rare birds were identified by 13-year-old Brendan Toews....
Adjacent sections of beach were closed to the public to minimize disturbance from beach-goers, dog walkers, dune buggies, others.