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Public Event: Atlas-3 Square Bash at Pinery Provincial Park

Friday, May 24 to Wednesday, May 29 (but come for any portion of that) Leaders: Mike Burrell, Mike Cadman This Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas Square Bash is an event that brings volunteers together to camp and atlas over a few days, with a goal of covering key gaps in Atlas coverage. Meet and camp at ...

Greenbelt Indigenous Botanical Survey to launch during Online Webinar

From the Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Network, we are sharing this important webinar announcement of the release and launch of the Greenbelt Indigenous Botanical Survey, produced following two years of research, production, and design by our network partner Plenty Canada. Following two years of extensive research, organization, and design Plenty Canada will be hosting a Zoom webinar ...

Breeding bird survey results at a 16 year restoration site in Norfolk County, Ontario

Ramsay Wright Laboratories 25 Harbord Street, Toronto

Invitation to meetings of the Brodie Club; please join us as a guest of the club David Agro, Architect and Conservationist Breeding bird survey results at a 16 year restoration site in Norfolk County, Ontario The Brodie Club, an institution at UofT for 100 years, consists of academics, naturalists, government biologists, and some students. Meetings are usually ...

Conversations for Conservation – From Birder to Birder Murder: The Mystery Deepens

rare Slit Barn 768 Blair Road, Cambridge, Ontario, Canada

Environmental issues and conservation themes are central to all the Birder Murder Mysteries, and they are often featured elements in the plots. Steve’s research for the books has led him to explore conservation initiatives both on a local and an international scale, taking him to remote and protected conservation areas around the world. Where: rare Slit Barn, ...

Public Event: Atlas-3 Square Bash at Mikisew Provincial Park

Friday, June 7 to Wednesday, June 12 (but come for any portion of that) Leaders: Kaelyn Bumelis This Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas Square Bash is an event that brings volunteers together to camp and atlas over a few days, with a goal of covering key gaps in Atlas coverage. Meet and camp at Mikisew Provincial ...

Scott Parent and his daughter Acadia, present Three Waters

Bayshore Community Centre 1900 3rd Ave E, Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada

This documentary film, Three Waters, is based on their 2019 paddling expedition which retraced their ancestral migration route of the Georgian Bay Métis Community of 1828. We will learn about their journey and their plastic pollution clean up initiative. The Owen Sound Field Naturalists meet on the second Thursday of the month (except during July ...

Kingston Field Naturalists 2024 BioBlitz

Bethel Road, Camden East

Learn to find and identify flora, fauna and fungi Guided walks with expert naturalists Children’s activities BBQ on Saturday For more details visit www.kingstonfieldnaturalists.org (after mid-May) To be added to the mailing list contact Janis Grant: janis.grant@icloud.com Questions? Ask Anne (n8ture.anne@sympatico.ca or 613-389-6742) Location: Bethel Road, Camden East Link: https://inaturalist.ca/projects/kingston-field-naturalists-2024-bioblitz   BIOBLITZ PROGRAMME 2024   ...

Saugeen Valley Lookout

Saugeen Valley Lookout with Brian & Clare Maher This is an outstanding opportunity to visit Nels Maher's and John Weir’s Fern Garden. Orchids, birds, trees and more are highlights found on this 40-acre naturalized property by the Saugeen River near Durham. Bring lunch. Tours by Brian & Clare. Register: brianmaher599@hotmail.com or 705-728-1507

Bugging Out for a BioBlitz at rare

1201 Whistle Bare Road 1201 Whistle Bare Road, Cambridge, Ontario, Canada

                  rare is excited to announce that we will be hosting a BioBlitz on Sunday, July 14th, and in our ongoing efforts to study and protect our local biodiversity, we are reaching out to our partners in the environmental community with our call for volunteer taxonomists. To ...

FYIxON guided hike at Cedarvale, Nature Guardians Community Science activity © Melina Damian


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.