The Halton/North Peel Naturalist Club welcomes new members of all ages and experience levels who are interested in nature and conservation. Whether you’re an experienced naturalist or a beginner who loves nature, we invite you to join us.

Big Bird Day: Saturday, June 10

Club members are invited to explore any of their favourite birding locations in Halton Region or north Peel Region (Brampton and Caledon) from midnight on Friday to midnight on Saturday.
More Details.

Flight of the Cecropia Moth: Saturday, June 17

June is prime month for the mating of the exquisite silk moths that inhabit our area. More Details.

Bird Studies Canada is now conducting SwiftWatch


Halton Hills EcoFilm Fest

If you missed the May 17, 2017 screening of “The Messenger”, you can view the film on June 4, 2017.
Can you imagine a world without songbirds? A forest without beautiful melodies?
The Messenger, directed by Su Rynard, documents the imperiled birds and analyzes how their fate could reflect our own.
Presented by P.O.W.E.R. & The Town of Halton Hills, the Halton North Peel Naturalist Club is proud to sponsor the presentation of this film. Details

Next meeting:

Tuesday June 13, 2017 – 7:30 p.m.
Nestbox check at Scottsdale Farm.

Upcoming outings:

On the agenda for our next Monday Night Walk.
When: June 5– Acton Swift Watch
Leader: Emily Cassidy

Stay tuned. More outings will be coming, along with Monday night walks..

Check your Newsletter to stay up to date on outings. Don’t miss out on the fun. Make sure you sign up to receive club email for the latest updates on winter outings.

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The public is welcome to attend meetings and hear expert speakers on a variety of topics. To participate in field outings such as nature walks and bird watching, become a member!

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