Nature London is holding its 4th photo competition, This time the theme is “Landscapes That Tell a Story”. For more information, see the Competition Details.
Posted November 17, 2021
Posted August 16, 2021
Nature London supports restoring Rondeau Provincial Park to its natural state.
Please view the VIDEO and consider signing the PETITION.
Read the full report HERE.
Posted July 26, 2021
Tom Reaume has written a new eBook titled A Courage of Crows – the natural history of the American Crow and made it available for free.
Posted July 10, 2021
Posted May 28, 2021
London is in the process of choosing a bird species to become the avian symbol for our city. The Chimney Swift is one of the eight candidates. Check out the campaign poster to find out why the Chimney Swift would make an excellent official bird for London. You can vote directly at https://www.birdfriendlylondon.ca/citybirdpoll. We encourage everyone to vote for their favorite bird. Voting will continue until mid-June 2021, and possibly later.
Check out our new history webpages. Included are Selected Highlights (a leisurely look at the past century and a half), 150 Years in 15 Pictures (for those in a hurry), and an In-Depth History (a detailed compilation of well-illustrated articles).
Find beautiful, low maintenance plants for your garden while supporting Nature London and other local non-profit organizations. Orders will be accepted from April 1 until May 15 (while supplies last). Orders are to be picked up at the Westminster Ponds Centre on May 29. For more details, see Native Plant Sale Fundraiser.
Posted February 23, 2021
A total of $20,000 will be available to fund various environmental initiatives. The deadline to apply is 12 p.m. (noon) March 19, 2021. Full details and forms can be found on Nature London’s Community Eco-Grants Program webpage.
The 2020 Unaudited Financial Statements, 2019-2020 Nature London Annual Report, and 2020 AGM Minutes are now available in the Offical Statements and Reports.
See the details on the Bird Watching page.