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Stephen Bucciarelli, a lifelong birder and President of Predator Bird Services in London (firstname.lastname@example.org), raises and trains Bald Eagles, Harris's Hawks, and falcons to frighten gulls and other unwanted bird species away from landfills, airports, agricultural properties, and nuclear power sites. Stephen will discuss the intricacies of this work and the birds he trains. Note: Nature London’s AGM will precede the presentation.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 »
Paul Roedding is an avid birder and nature photographer residing in London, Ontario. Paul's images appear in major publications including Bird Watching Daily, Bird Watcher's Digest, Maclean's, and National Geographic. Paul enjoys photographing all types of nature, but his true passion is birds. The challenge of photographing birds in their natural environment is something Paul relishes. He will share some images he has taken in several locations near London.Find out more »
In 10 minutes or less, Nature London members will share photographs, anecdotes, and information on topics that interest them. These annual evenings are always fun, interesting, unique, and often surprising!Find out more »