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Events for April 2022

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Sappy Hour – Central and Northern Owl Surveys

Setting the Table: Invitation and Inclusion in the Conservation Movement Webinar

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Role of European Starlings in the Decline of Red-headed Woodpeckers in Ontario

Periwinkle Removal & Native Seed Dispersal Event at Cawthra Mulock Nature Reserve

Lecture: Discoveries In The World Of Mycology And Its Important Role In Our Past, Present And Future

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Buckthorn Removal & Vernal Pool Monitoring Training Event at Cawthra Mulock Nature Reserve

Signs of Spring Event

Lecture: Connecting Toronto’s Urban And Ecological Life

“The Landscape – wildlife & tragic history of the Northwest Passage” webinar

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A New Quest for the Orchids of Bruce and Grey with Willy Waterton and Audrey Armstrong

Brilliant Butterflies Webinar

Rain Barrel Sale

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2022 Calendar of Pelee Island Events & Self-guided Island Walks

An Intimate “Virtual Tour” of Ontario’s Old Growth Forests through the eyes of experts

Somebody Should Do Something – RUN FOR OFFICE

Oak Ridges Trail Association Annual General Meeting

The Kayapo Project in the Brazilian Amazon

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Atlas-3 2022 Kickoff – April 23 and 24! (Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas)

Earth Day Grey Bruce 22

Atlas-3 2022 Kickoff – April 23 and 24! (Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas)

Celebrate Earth Week with Hap Wilson and the Owen Sound Field Naturalists

Nature Walk to Ontario Parks/NCC Burnley-Carmel Nature Reserve

Woodland Plant Identification presentation

Wild, Weird and Wacky Weather with David T. Chapman – Webinar

Mosses in Prince Edward County

Combating climate change and colonialism through land-based healing and education

Interpretive Hike at Neyaashiinigmiing with Lenore Keeshig

Let’s Talk – Your Home’s Energy Use

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