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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 ...

Join a mini square bash near Peterborough

Peterborough and Kawartha Lakes Atlassers are teaming up to conduct a mini square bash over the last weekend of June (June 24/25) to fill some gaps in Kawartha Lakes. All atlassers are welcome to help! To register or to get more information, fill out this form: https://forms.gle/QXqey3B1WxrGp5f6A

Calling atlassers and bird photographers!

Even though we’ve still got three field seasons to go, we’re already starting to think about the publication of the results and one of the things we will need are photos. So, we’re giving you a heads-up that our August challenge will be related to submitting media to us through our media submission form. So this ...

August Sappy Hour – data entry tips and tricks

Our next Sappy Hour will be August 22 and will cover tips, tricks and reminders for data entry. Click here to register. Our other future Sappy Hours are planned out for the next several months, but if you have a topic you’d like to see covered, please contact us at the Atlas office (or reach out through social media ...

Atlas-3 Data entry deadline

Mark it on your calendars: August 31st is this year’s deadline to submit point counts, special surveys, and general atlassing data from the peak period (May 24 – July 10 in the south, June 1 – July 10 in the north). This deadline is extremely important, especially this year as we need to give our ...

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.