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(Open to the public.) Join members of Nature London, West Elgin Nature Club, and other participants in counting butterflies in the Skunk’s Misery area; experience is not necessary. Bring a lunch and stay for the evening barbecue; main course provided. The North American Butterfly Association charges each participant $4. Meeting place is at Newbury Four-Counties Hospital on Glendon Dr just east of Haggerty Road. For more information, contact the leader at firstname.lastname@example.org and/or refer to the detailed notice in the…Find out more »
(Nature London members only) Join club members Ric and Sandy Symmes to observe and discuss ospreys nesting with their young at one of London’s most easily viewed nests. The observation and discussion will be followed by the opportunity to view two other Osprey nests. We will use scopes and binoculars to study the birds’ behaviour, the condition of their nests, and count the offspring to help determine Osprey breeding success in the 2019 season. Bring binoculars or a scope and…Find out more »
(Open to the public) Meet the leader at the turnaround area at the south end of Prince of Wales Gate (Prince of Wales Gate runs south off of Gainsborough Rd, west of Hyde Park Rd) in northwest London. We will be observing open field and prairie plants and birds. Call 416 729 0544 if more information is required.Find out more »
(Open to the public) This is a relatively easy walk through a hardwood forest and evergreen plantation. The trail has been naturalized with plantings of native trees and shrubs and leads to the edge of a wetland ending in a series of spring-fed ponds near Richmond St. Many species of birds, butterflies, insects and wildflowers may be seen. Washrooms and picnic tables are available. Directions: Take Richmond St (Hwy 4) north from London. Go 1.2 km past Sunningdale Rd and…Find out more »