Maple syrup season could be just a few weeks away! Once daytime temperatures start to creep above 0’C, the sap in maple trees starts flowing. In Haliburton Forest, the maple syrup season lasts for 2-10 weeks, anywhere between the end of February through to the beginning of May. We tap the trees a few days...
Category: In The Forest
Have you noticed a patchy-red fungus growing on the bark of American beech trees, or tiny white specks stuck to the bark? This is beech bark disease. To look at, it can be beautiful, but in our forests it is deadly. The white specks on the bark are the by-products (aka poop) of the beech...
Haliburton Forest customers and visitors are invited to submit their wild life videos and win some great prizes.
Aerial video of fall colours at Haliburton Forest taken with a CJI Vision+ drone.
Help us name our three little wolf puppies and win a great prize !
Gray jays (a.k.a. whiskeyjacks) observed at Haliburton Forest after a few years without them. Photos of gray jays stealing food from dogs and scavenging deer hide
Why are Red Maple trees so colourful and even have different colours on one leaf?
Read about moose bulls and the rutting season !
Why are the fall colours so spectacular at Haliburton Forest?
Haliburton Forest is home to the tallest eastern white pine in Ontario.