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  • Tuesday, January 22 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm at Central Library – Wolf Performance Hall

    Nature in the City: The Thames River – Its Present and Future

    London’s Thames River, winding throughout the city, has had its ebbs and flows. Upper Thames River Conservation Authority’s General Manager, Ian Wilcox, will describe the health, care, and future opportunities of the Thames.

  • Friday, January 25 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm at London Civic Garden Complex

    Wild Antarctica

    Pete Read, Nature London member and founder of the club’s Birding Wing, a retired teacher, and now, a trip leader with Quest, will take us on a virtual adventure to explore Antarctica, the coldest continent. Pete will talk about avian life above and on the Confluence Cone, the islands, and the peninsula of these remote … Continue reading Wild Antarctica

  • Sunday, January 27 @ 7:30 am - 6:00 pm at Tim Horton’s – Fanshawe & Hyde Park

    POSTPONED to Sunday, January 27: (Members Only) Winter Birding Along the St. Clair River

    Please note that this trip has been pushed back a week to Sunday, January 27 due to expected inclement weather on the original date of Saturday, January 19.  (Nature London members only.) ** Note new meeting place. ** On this all-day outing, we will visit various spots around Sarnia and along the St Clair River … Continue reading POSTPONED to Sunday, January 27: (Members Only) Winter Birding Along the St. Clair River

  • Tuesday, January 29 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm at Central Library – Wolf Performance Hall

    Nature in the City: Groundhog Day – The History, Culture, and Biology of Hibernation

    Western University’s Alan MacEachern of the History Department and Jim Staples of the Biology Department will talk about the folklore and fact of groundhogs and other hibernators. Come and find out what makes Wiarton Willie and Punxsutawney Phil tick and hear all about their biology.


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