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Second Marsh Winter Walk

McLaughlin Bay Wildlife Reserve McLaughlin Bay Trails, Oshawa, ON L1H 8W8, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada

Join Friends of Second Marsh Staff for our Winter Walk in celebration of World Wetlands Day. We have scheduled two days: Saturday, February 3 and Thursday, February 8, both with a 1 pm start. No washrooms on site. Smoking and pets are prohibited. Please register by 5 pm on Thursday, February 1. Hope to see ...

Second Marsh Winter Walk

Second Marsh Colonel Sam Drive, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada

Join Friends of Second Marsh Staff for our Winter Walk in celebration of World Wetlands Day. We have scheduled two days: Saturday, February 3 and Thursday, February 8, both with a 1 pm start. No washrooms on site. Smoking and pets are prohibited. Please register by 5 pm on Thursday, February 1. Hope to see ...

Wingtips at our Fingertips with Stuart Mackenzie, Zoom Meeting

Stuart Mackenzie will be exploring the world of migration of winged animals, birds, bats and insects by researchers using new and innovative technological tools. In his talk titled “Wingtips at Our Fingertips”, Mr. Mackenzie will take us from the Arctic to the edge of the Antarctic using the recent research tools with a special focus ...

Effects of parasites on host dispersal

Ramsay Wright Laboratories 25 Harbord Street, Toronto

Your invitation to the next meeting of the Brodie Club Ramsay Wright Laboratories 25 Harbord Street, Rm 432 Professor Celina Baines, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Dept., U of T will speak on “Effects of parasites on host dispersal” The Brodie Club, an institution at UofT for 100 years, consists of academics, naturalists, government biologists and students. Meetings ...

A Field guide to Trees of Ontario with Deborah Metsger

Scugog Memorial Library 231 Water Street, Port Perry, Ontario, Canada

A Field Guide To Trees of Ontario, published in April 2023 is the latest book in the Royal Ontario Museum’s popular field guide series. Deborah Metsger, ROM's Assistant Curator of Plants, and coauthor of this publication will provide a guided tour through its 508 pages. She will provide insights into the process of building a ...

It’s getting hot in here: Climate change impacts on fish in the Grand River

Ramsay Wright Laboratories 25 Harbord Street, Toronto

Invitation to meetings of the Brodie Club; please join us as a guest of the club Professor Paul Craig, University of Waterloo It’s getting hot in here: Climate change impacts on fish in the Grand River The Brodie Club, an institution at UofT for 100 years, consists of academics, naturalists, government biologists, and some students. Meetings ...

It’s getting hot in here: Climate change impacts on fish in the Grand River – Brodie Club

Ramsay Wright Laboratories 25 Harbord Street, Toronto

Your invitation to the next meeting of the Brodie Club   Professor Paul Craig, University of Waterloo The Brodie Club, an institution at UofT for 100 years, consists of academics, naturalists, government biologists and students. Meetings are usually held on the third Tuesday of each month during the academic year, at 7:30 p.m. in Room ...

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.