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Sharbot Lake Atlas-3 Square Bash

Sharbot Lake Provincial Park: Friday June 2 – Wednesday June 7. At last, a square-bash event in southeastern Ontario! This event takes place in the rich amalgam of habitat along the edge of the Canadian Shield, and is particularly convenient for atlassers from the Kingston and Ottawa areas. It’s right in the core of the ...

French River Atlas-3 Square Bash

French River Provincial Park: Friday June 9 – Friday June 16. This will be a canoe-based trip along the historic French River in one of the province’s most gorgeous landscapes at the northeast corner of Georgian Bay. The area is rich in Common Nighthawks and Eastern Whip-poor-wills, Sandhill Cranes, boreal warblers and too many others ...

Garden Walk and Pollinator Talk with rare’s Planning Ecologist

Springbank Farm - rare Charitable Research Reserve 681 Blair Road, North Dumfries, Ontario

On Monday, June 19, from 11 a.m. to noon, everyone is invited to the parking lot at Springbank Farm (681 Blair Road) for a "Garden Walk and Pollinator Talk with rare's Planning Ecologist", Dr. Tom Woodcock. During this outdoor event, attendees will learn about the ecology behind the production of some of our favourite foods, and the interaction ...

Back to Basics: A Conversation Among Leaders about Ethical Space

For this final Shifting the Paradigm forum event we will be addressing Ethical space in the conservation sector by listening to panelists’ experiences with ethical space and diving deeper into understanding why we need these conversations and how organizations can start to make that shift.  We know that ethical space is the intersection of reconciliation and ...

$50

Bad Reputations: Cormorants and Conservation with Gail Fraser

Lucy Maud Montgomery Church 11850 Durham Regional Rd 1, Leaskdale, Ontario, Canada

Since their rapid population recovery in the Great Lakes, double-crested cormorants have a bad reputation because they are a large black water bird that eats fish and their nesting habits kill trees. Professor Gail Fraser describes the role of cormorants in the Great Lakes ecosystems and how cormorant ecology relates to biodiversity conservation. Gail Fraser ...

To submit your public events for consideration, email Noah Cole at noahc@ontarionature.org. Please send well in advance and allow up to two weeks for posting. Events must be submitted by a member group or run jointly with Ontario Nature.