Discover the beauty of The Coves in London, Ontario. Follow Rebecca Doyle the Communications and Outreach Intern as she describes conservation, awareness and environmental stewardship efforts in the Coves Subwatershed.

Digital Reports for the Coves Environmentally Significant Area (ESA)

Interested in accessing information through official reports compiled for the Coves Environmentally Significant Area (ESA)? Look no further...

Crows: Just How Smart Are They?

Picture a crow. You might envision the bird that digs through your garbage at night. What you may not imagine is that crows are considered...

Why is Water in the Coves Ponds so Cloudy?

Part Two: Eutrophication   Eutrophication is the second cause of cloudy water in ponds like the Coves. Essentially, eutrophication is the...

Why is Water in the Coves Ponds so Cloudy?

Part One: Lake Turbidity  Every Coves resident knows that the water in our ponds is murky at best. But what is the source of this problem?...

Why are the wetlands important?

What are wetlands?  According to Environment Canada, wetlands are lands that are seasonally or permanently covered by shallow water,...

Songbirds in the Coves Subwatershed

The Coves Subwatershed is home to a multitude of songbirds, including forest-dependent species like the Great Crested Flycatcher, Eastern...

List of Birds seen at the Coves London 1953-1962

Attached a bird list that was created by a Paul MacKenzie who lived on Askin St in the 50's and early 60's. He was a frequent wanderer...

East Cove Afternoons

So unfortunately tomorrow is my last official day with FOTC, but fortunately today was a hike day down to the East Cove where there is...