London’s Secretive Wildlife: Challenges Faced by Reptiles and Amphibians

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

Scott Gillingwater, a Species At Risk Biologist with the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority, will discuss the impact of a growing city on reptiles and amphibians and how we can all help to ensure their survival.

Great Backyard Bird Count

A free, fun, and easy event that engages bird watchers of all ages in counting birds to create a real-time snapshot of bird populations.

AGM & Hiking with Kathleen (Hybrid Meeting)

London Civic Garden Complex 625 Springbank Drive, London, Ontario, Canada
Attendance: 52 / 200

ALL AGM DOCUMENTS ARE available on the website.
Presentation: Kathleen Holland’s 2023 video highlights of wildlife and hiking trails around London.
REGISTRATION REQUIRED – MEMBERS ONLY

Children’s Workshop “WATER WISE”

London Civic Garden Complex 625 Springbank Drive, London, Ontario, Canada

Learn about where London gets its water, why it is important, and how Native plants and rain gardens conserve water.

Cedarcroft Family Day

Attendance: 35 / 35

Walk the trails and participate in a Treasure Hunt. Enjoy a mug of hot chocolate, or Jim’s famous hot apple cider.
MEMBERS ONLY – REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Naturally Western

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

Western University’s Manager of Landscape Services, Michael Lunau will talk about the natural beauty of Western’s grounds, how they are maintained and take us on a virtual tour to show us what we can see when we visit.

Night Walk at Cedarcroft

Attendance: 14 / 15

Hopefully the skies will be clear to observe the stars, listen for owls, walk the Beech trail, enjoy a warming fire and experience the woods at night.
REGISTRATION REQUIRED – MEMBERS ONLY

Wild Birds Unlimited at Gibbons Park

Gibbons Park – Grosvenor Entrance 2A Grosvenor Street, London, Ontario, Canada

Leigh and Jeff will be exploring Gibbons Park.
REGISTRATION REQUIRED: 519-657-0745

Winter Wildlife on The Thames River in Springbank Park

Springbank Park 1958 Storybook Lane, London, Ontario, Canada
Attendance: 12 / 25

The open water of The Thames River is the perfect habitat for many permanent animal species, even in the winter.
REGISTRATION REQUIRED – MEMBERS ONLY