Jack Miner Migratory Bird Sanctuary

Located in Kingsville, Ontario, Canada, Ontario’s most southern town, it is home to countless migrating geese and ducks. In the spring and the fall, the grounds will be filled with birds passing through using the sanctuary as a safe resting place for food, water, and shelter.

Jack Miner established his Migratory Bird Sanctuary in 1904; over 110 years later visitors can feed water fowl, hike the woods, visit the Museum, tour the Jack Miner House and enjoy the grounds and special events all year long. Grounds open dawn till dusk.

The grounds and trails are open sunrise to sunset, YEAR ROUND!

Winter Hours January 8 – April 8 are as follows:

Learning Centre: Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday – 10AM – 3PM

Museum/Main Historical House: By Appointment

Address: 332 Road 3 West., Kingsville, ON, N9Y 2E5
Telephone: (519) 733-4034

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