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(Members Only) Hybrid Meeting – Experiencing Nature through Rotinonsaunee Ceremonial Calendar

London Civic Garden Complex 625 Springbank Drive, London, Ontario
Attendance: 20 / 160

Terrylynn “Será:sera” Brant, a Mohawk of Six Nations, is a retired educator and lifelong traditional Seedkeeper. She spends her time gardening, beekeeping, breeding corn, rematriating Haudenosaunee seeds and revitalizing indigenous … Continue reading (Members Only) Hybrid Meeting – Experiencing Nature through Rotinonsaunee Ceremonial Calendar

(Members Only) Winter Walk at Fanshawe CA

Fanshawe Conservation Area 1424 Clarke Road, London, Ontario

We will walk several short trails and try to feed birds from the hand. Dress warmly, and bring binoculars, if possible.

(Members Only) Family Day at Cedarcroft

Cedarcroft 10736 Westminster Drive, Southwold, Ontario

Come and meet the Cedarcroft committee. Cedarcroft is beautiful in the winter, so put down your electronics and pick-up your hiking poles, ice cleats and warm winter boots. Come and join us for Family Day, and have fun hiking the trails and participating in a scavenger hunt. Then enjoy a mug of hot chocolate, or Jim's famous hot apple cider and roast hotdogs and marshmellows over a fire. Please bring a lawn chair and a mug. Each person who is coming, (adults and children) must be registered through the Event Calendar so that we have enough food for everyone This event is weather dependent so you will be notified if it has to be cancelled.

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

London Civic Garden Complex 625 Springbank Drive, London, Ontario
Attendance: 6 / 160

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.

(Members Only) Scenic Winter Hike in Medway Heritage Forest

Gainsborough Road London, Ontario

This is the most beautiful time of year in Medway Heritage Forest, which is also well populated with wildlife, even in the winter. If conditions are good with a fresh snowfall, we'll have tracks to identify to find out what lives in this habitat. The Medway Creek may still be frozen providing many clues on its surface as to the wildlife that crosses over its ice, taking advantage of this passageway in the winter.

Bring binoculars, camera, trekking poles and ice cleats to help with travelling on icy packed down trails. The grade is fairly level on this trail.