Night Life of Halton!
Not the bars and discos, but the places where frogs provide the music and you don’t need to worry about Covid! Fiona will be holding several moth nights over the summer, using lights and bait to attract a diversity of moths and other insects into view.
One event will be held during National Moth Week (Yes, there IS a whole week just for moths!).
This is weather dependent and so the dates can’t be fixed as yet. Send Fiona an email (Fiona.firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to be notified of upcoming events.
Monday Evening Walks
We are hoping to safely resume our weekly walks soon.
Click or Press HERE for the tentative walk schedule, courtesy of our partner for the walks, the South Peel Naturalist Club.
For more details, contact Bill McIlveen email@example.com
Outdoor Event Questions?
Contact Don Scallen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: For liability reasons, you must be a fully paid member of the Halton North Peel Naturalist Club, and you must have our registration form completed, to participate in our field outings. Please join!
Don’t miss out on the fun!
We have one or more outings every month throughout the year, guided by the most experienced naturalists in our club. The outings will be fairly casual affairs, meaning… you won’t have a lot of advance notice. We’ll announce the details at each meeting, often along the lines of “hey I’m going out to do/see this next weekend, anyone want to come?”
We’ll follow-up with a club email, and post the details here, on Facebook, and on Twitter.
If you can’t make a club meeting, make sure you sign up for our newsletter to stay in the loop.
Past Field Trips
- May 15 – Spring Birding and Warbler Watching
- May 14 – Brampton Festival of Birds – “Big Sit”
- May 12 – Wildflowers and Wildlife in Speyside
- March – Salamander watch.
- Jan 23 – Animal tracks in the snow
- Jan 12 – Winter Birds of the North
- Mar 21 – Winter Tree Identification and Nature Walk
- Mar 14 – Tundra Swans at Long Point
- Feb 16 – Snowy Owls
- Dec 27 – Christmas Bird Count
- Nov 17 – Late Flowering Plants Survey
- Nov 2 – Woody vegetation removal FCPP
- Oct 1 – Nest Box Cleaning at Forks of the Credit
- Sep 29 – Nest Box Cleaning at Scotsdale Farm
- Sep 27 – Duck Identification and Bird Walk at Scotch Block.
- Sep 14 – Mothing and Caterpillars
- Jun 11 – Birdbox Monitoring at Scotsdale Farm
- May 25 – A Pollinator and Biodiversity Workshop
- May 19 – Spring Birding at Thickson Wood, Lynde Shores Conservation Area and Cranberry Marsh
- May 4 – Community Nature Walk and Clean Up
- April 22 – Timberdoodles Scotsdale Farm
- April 13 – Beamer Conservation AreaHawkwatch, Grimsby
- March 16 – Tundra Swans at Long Point
- March 3 – Animal Tracking at Terra Cotta Conservation
- February 23 – Animal Tracking at Terra Cotta Conservation
- January 13 – Winter Trees and Birds in the Hand
- January 6 – Snowy Owls, Snow Buntings and Other Winter Songbirds
- December 27 – Christmas Bird Count
- November 11 – Survey of late blooming plants.
- October 28 – Bird Box Cleaning at Scotsdale Farm
- October 21 – Norway Maple removal at Silver Creek
- October 14 – Bird Box Cleaning at Forks of the Credit
- September 30 – Bird Box Cleaning at Scotsdale Farm
- September 15 – Group Litter Pick Up in Georgetown
- September 8 -Mothing at Fiona Reid’s Niagara Escarpment property
- July 21 – Dragonflies with David D’Entremont
- July 21 – Mothapaooza in Speyside
- June 23/24 – Outing to Carden Alvar
- June 16 – Moths, caterpillars, frogs and other creatures of the night
- May 20 – Spring Birding at Thickson Wood, Lynde Shores Conservation Area and Cranberry Marsh
- May 12 – World Migratory Bird Day
- May 5 – Woodland wildflowers and early-arriving birds
- April 22 – Bird Box Installation at Forks of the Credit Provincial Park
- April 21 – Beamer Conservation Area Hawkwatch
- April 20 – Woodcocks at Forks of the Credit Provincial Park
- April 13 – Salamanders at Silver Creek Education Centre
- March 17 – Tundra Swans at Long Point
- February 17 – Owls at Claireville Conservation Area
- January 28 – Winter Bird Outing for Snowy Owls