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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.Find out more »
Astrophotographer Ryan Fraser will return to Nature in the City to take us on a trip to the stars. Ryan will also show us how to capture the experience through photography. Will he manage to “eclipse” the popularity of his last talk? Come and find out!Find out more »
Nature in the City at Central Library's Wolf Performance Hall will run as scheduled tonight at 7pm. If there is any change to that, it will be posted on London Public Library web site http://www.londonpubliclibrary.ca/. Amber Cantell, Reforest London, will take us out on a limb to learn about the urban forest. With a focus on climate change, Amber will consider what measures need to be employed to ensure our future City remains “liveable”. While in the midst of winter,…Find out more »
Will future generations value our natural spaces as much as we do? What can the Garden Club of London’s Woodland Restoration Project teach us about the legacy we leave behind in nature? Roseann McKay describes a memorable journey of selfeducation, conservation, and stewardship.Find out more »
Each spring, woodlands in and around London come alive in a colourful array of native wildflowers: hepaticas, violets, trilliums, columbine, bloodroot, marsh marigold, and many more. Each species has its own special strategies for making a living. Celebrate Earth Week and get to know native wildflowers. Attend an illustrated presentation by Winifred Wake on Tuesday, 23 April, 7-8 PM at the Landon Branch Library, 167 Wortley Rd. Admission is free and open to the public. Free parking is available along…Find out more »