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.
If you were unable to join us for the outing to Silvercreek to observe Brook Trout, here is some video from a club member.
Special Events: October 24, 2019
Could you be a Zero Hero?
Strategies on Recycling and Waste Reduction in Halton Hills
Thursday October 24, 2019 from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Mold-Masters SportsPlex, Alcott Room (upstairs)
more info . . .
Hosted by the Halton/North Peel Naturalist Club hnpnc.com
This initiative is supported by the Town of Halton Hills Community Sustainability Investment Fund.
Tuesday, October 8, 2019 (AGM)
Speaker: Lynn Allen
Start Time: 7:30 p.m.
Topic: Toxic Animals
Mothing and Caterpillars
Saturday September 14, 2019, 7 pm
Illuminated bed sheets and intoxicating potions painted on trees. Intrigued?
Come out to meet some of our local moths and search nocturnal foliage for caterpillars.
Fiona Reid will be our gracious host and guide for this event.
Address is 7243 15th Sideroad just west of Hwy 25.
Woody vegetation removal at
Forks of the Credit Provincial Park
Scheduled for fall, 2019
Where: Forks of the Credit Provincial Park.
Meet in the main parking lot west of McLaren Road between Forks of the Credit Road and Charleston Sideroad in Caledon.
Timing: Though the official meeting time is 10am feel free to arrive later.
Just connect with Don Scallen at 905 876 6180 when you arrive, and he’ll direct you to the field of operations.
Tools: Manual cutting tools and gloves. Power tools are verboten.
Departure time is also open. If you can only donate an hour or two of your time, that is entirely fine. Obviously if you plan to stay longer, you’ll want to bring some food and water.
Contact Don Scallen at email@example.com for more information.
Rain will cancel this event. Please watch your inbox.
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.
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!