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Is your yard bird-friendly? Do you have a variety of plants and other features that will attract a diversity of species? Gardening with native shrubs and trees can improve your property by offering more habitat value. In her presentation, Dr. Mhairi McFarlane will explore some of the specific relationships between birds and plants and will talk about several projects being carried out by local conservation organizations.Find out more »
Hundreds of birding enthusiasts from across Southwestern Ontario migrate to Point Pelee National Park each spring to admire the warblers and the annual parade of other northbound birds. Who better to whet our appetites before the "May Madness" than Sarah Rupert, a long-time Pelee park naturalist? Sarah has been birding at Pelee her entire life, and hasn't missed a spring at the park since she was two. As well as being a crack birder, Sarah has a depth of experience…Find out more »
When asked this question, Ric and Sandy Symmes usually choose the Osprey. Over 30 years, they’ve followed the return of Osprey to the eastern shores of Georgian Bay, and more recently, the species’ successful expansion in London. You may be surprised to learn that there is an Osprey family nesting near you! Ric and Sandy will share stories and images that describe the life and times of Osprey and why they admire this exceptional intercontinental traveller.Find out more »
James Cowie, Director of Photo Tour Trekkers, joins us to talk about the Galapagos Islands, one of the destinations to which he leads tours. In his words, “The birds of the Galapagos are amazing, from the high food chain Galapagos Hawk to the Short-eared Owl, Penguin, and Red-footed Booby – they all have a story.”Find out more »
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 and southern-most lands.Find out more »