The 2020 Unaudited Financial Statements, 2019-2020 Nature London Annual Report, and 2020 AGM Minutes are now available in the Offical Statements and Reports.
Posted November 19, 2020
The Nature London Annual Conservation Awards Banquet AUCTION opens at noon on November 15 and closes at 7 p.m. on November 19. The auction is password protected. Use the same 2020/21 password you received with your membership renewal and that you use to view The Cardinal online.
Posted November 15, 2020
Posted October 6, 2020
The Moths of August
Check out what the Auzins caught in their moth trap during the month of August in the attached PDF presentation.
Volunteers needed for the Third Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas
Would you like to explore new areas, bird various habitats, improve your birding skills, meet new people who treasure birds, potentially find rare or unusual nesting birds, and contribute to important bird research? Please volunteer to help with the Third Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas!
Nature London has launched a new YouTube Channel! Details and how you can get involved may be found HERE.
Posted August 13, 2020
June was another busy month for moths at the Auzins Nature Sanctuary. Details and interesting moth-facts can be found in the presentation.
If you missed the Friday, June 26 virtual meeting about Astronomy, Jan Cami has provided a PDF copy.
Please note that it is large and may take a while to download.
Valid June 12 – July 5, 2020
Posted April 17, 2020
Posted April 17, 2020
Posted February 24, 2020
Please see the details on the Annual Bird Counts page.
The FREE ebook can be found on our new Resources > Publications > FREE eBooks! webpage.
The 2019 Unaudited Financial Statements, 2018-2019 Nature London Annual Report, and 2019 AGM Minutes are now available in the Offical Statements and Reports.
Posted February 7, 2020
In 2019 Nature London launched a pilot project to monitor swift chimneys during the daytime. The goal was to find out how successful local swift nests are. Watching adult swifts outside chimneys gave clues as to what was happening in nests hidden inside. Long hours of monitoring revealed much about the habits of swifts, but somewhat ambiguous information on nesting success. Read the REPORT for the full story.
Posted January 18, 2020
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