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(Members Only) Hybrid Meeting – Exploring (and Birding) Canada Along the Trans Canada Trail

Friday, February 24 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Note that this is a HYBRID meeting with both IN-PERSON and VIRTUAL attendees. Please:

  1. Register for the meeting using the same name and email address associated with your membership.
  2. If attending in-person:
    • You are expected to be fully vaccinated.
    • Masking will be required.
    • Each person attending must register separately.
    • You are asked to complete and pass the Government of Ontario Covid-19 self-assessment at home ( ) no more than 24 hours before the start of the event. If you are unable to do this or the self-assessment recommends you self-isolate, please refrain from attending the event and unregister at least 12 hours in advance so that someone else can register. For details on now to unregister, please see the Job Aid on Registering and Unregistering for Events.
  3. If attending virtually:
  4. Note that the cut-off for registration is noon the day of the event.

Sonya Richardson and Sean Morton have trekked for 556 days and hiked more than 14,000 km on the Trans Canada Trail crossing the nation from Cape Spear Newfoundland to Victoria British Columbia. In their presentation they share stories of their time on 28,000 km The Trans Canada Trail, the world’s longest recreational trail, and highlight how easy it is to get outdoors, be an explorer, and enjoy nature – whether in your own backyard, the backwoods, or in the Boreal Forest. In addition, they talk about Important Bird Areas, share a few simple steps that anyone can take to help birds, and note a few free Apps, such as iNaturalist, that people can use to become involved in conservation through Citizen Science.
Dr. Sonya Richmond worked for over 10 years at Bird Studies Canada and the Canadian Wildlife Service dedicated to researching and protecting migratory birds and their habitat.
Sean Morton is a professional landscape photographer who has had his images published in trail and nature magazines across Canada as well as winning a number of photography awards.
Sonya and Sean presented to Nature London in October of 2020. Come join them and see how the rest of their journey went and what they are planning next.


Friday, February 24
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Birding Wing Coordinators


London Civic Garden Complex
625 Springbank Drive
London, Ontario N6K 4T1 Canada
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Attendance: 7 / 160


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55 remaining
Limited to 60 in-person attendees.
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Limited to 100 virtual attendees.
PLEASE NOTE: If this is an outdoor event, each person must register separately. One person per registration. Indoor virtual events only require one registration.
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