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.
Native Tree Workshop and Tree Giveaway
We are all set for our long anticipated tree giveaway. Covid-19 restrictions have delayed the scheduling of this event, but we can now do a virtual presentation and keep everyone safe at home.
Get your tickets here on EventBrite before they are all gone.
We will give away
- bur oaks
- shagbark hickories
- bitternut hickories
- alternte leaved dogwood
If you were unable to join us for the outing to Silvercreek to observe Brook Trout, here is some video from a club member.
Winter Birding Challenge
Our winter challenge has now ended and after 89 days of reporting, we had 125 different species spotted by our members. Here’s our list
When winter ends, spring begins and so does our Spring Challenge.
Last spring, we had 179 species reported by our members, so this year we are setting the bar a little higher. Our target for spring 2021 is 200 species. A bit ambitious? We’ll see. Hope our members are able to get out and start bird spotting.
Tuesday, May 11, 2021
7:30 p.m. “The wildlife of the Pribilof Islands”
Rich Hoyer will give a talk about the wildlife of the Pribilof Islands. These islands consist of rocky cliffs and tundra, they are noted for seabirds, which nest there in the millions.
Next outing: NOTE – All outings and indoor meetings are currently on hold. We will update the web site as information becomes available.
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!