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.
Last spring, we had 179 species reported by our members, so this year we set the bar a little higher. Our target for spring 2021 was 200 species. and we spotted 219.
Tuesday, September 14, 2021
7:30 p.m. Zoom Meeting
Club member Don Scallen:This region is home to scores of fish species, with underwater video Don will introduce you to some of these fish and tell tales about their natural history.
Sunday, September 12
Flowers and Fall Warblers, Norval area.
We will meet at the parking lot for Willow Park Ecology Centre at 2:00 pm and explore the park and riverside. Later we will go to McNab to visit the pollinator garden, and lastly to the storm-water retention pond on 10th Line and 10th Sideroad to look for migrants. Leaders Fiona Reid and Ian Jarvie. Please contact Fiona (email@example.com) to confirm your spot.
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!