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Where the Falcon Flies

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

Professional explorer and adventurer Adam Shoalts returns to tell us about his latest adventure and book Where the Falcon Flies: a 3,400 km solo canoe journey from Lake Erie to the Arctic. His book will be available for purchase.

An update on the use of parasitic wasps in control of emerald ash borer in Ontario

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

A retired Provincial Forest Health Specialist, Susan will talk about the parasitic wasp program’s efforts to control Emerald Ash Borer in Ontario; including our own local site at the West Rocks Management Area in Owen Sound. Presented by: Susan McGowan

Nordic Ski with Beth Anne Currie & John Dickson

We’ll ski the grasslands of Sarawak/Georgian Bluffs/and/or Cobble Beach…depending on snow accumulation. Nature and history enrichment with fellowship and gentle exercise in the great outdoors. Snowshoers are also welcome to come along at your own pace. Register: bethannecurrie@sympatico.ca or TEXT @ 519-379-8231

Predicting the future state of fish communities

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

Arunas Liskaukas - Predicting the future state of fish communities  The Lake Huron aquatic ecosystem has experienced profound changes over the last few decades, primarily driven by the effects of invasive species. Arunas will provide an overview of management and research efforts that try to understand these changes.

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.