Christmas Bird Count for Kids

Storybook Gardens 1958 Storybook Lane, London, Ontario, Canada

We will once again run our annual bird count for students in Grades 3 to 8.

Repair Café and Sustainable Living Fair (Green in the City)

Beacock Branch Library 1280 Huron St, London, ON, Canada

Bring your small appliance, clothing, or other item that needs fixing, and have it repaired for free while you sit with your fixer and learn repair skills. Visit with local […]

Christmas Bird Count

London CBC Circle

Nature London’s data is submitted to the Audubon Organization.

New Year’s Day Bird Walk

Greenway Off Leash Dog Park 109 Greenside Ave, London, Ontario, Canada
Attendance: 6 / 25

Start 2024 by enjoying our feathered friends in Greenway Park. Dress warmly.

Nature in the City 1

Central Library – Wolf Performance Hall 251 Dundas Street, London, Ontario, Canada

Bats as Beings
Brock Fenton, professor Emeritus at Western University’s Biology Department, will discuss bats’ long (for their size) life spans — over 30 years in the wild — to the distances they travel, as well as their resistance to many viral infections.

Eco-grant Presentations (Hybrid)

London Civic Garden Complex 625 Springbank Drive, London, Ontario, Canada
Attendance: 3 / 200

Short presentations by eco-grant winners.

Medway Heritage Trail: night walk

Attawandaron Rd 1786 Attawandaron Rd, London, Ontario, Canada

Explore a trail in different light, get out to enjoy the winter season, listen to the winter sounds at night, help to learn about bark, maybe we can id some trees.

Nature in the City 2

Central Library – Wolf Performance Hall 251 Dundas Street, London, Ontario, Canada

Building bird-friendly communities in London
Brendon Samuels, a Western Biology PhD candidate, will tell us about simple actions to support our relationships with birds and the urban spaces we share.

Winter Birding in Lambton County

Tim Horton’s – Fanshawe & Hyde Park 1255 Fanshawe Park Road West, London, Ontario, Canada

Check for Snowy owls around Strathroy. Look at winter waterfowl along the St. Clair River.

Nature in the City 3

Central Library – Wolf Performance Hall 251 Dundas Street, London, Ontario, Canada

Some bugs suck! Why the insects in your garden have a drinking problem
Brent Sinclair, a Western Biology Professor will introduce us to the insects around London that get all their food from liquids, explain why that’s a challenge, and the extraordinary adaptations that help them get away with it.

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