With so many nature organizations in Ontario, it is impossible to present all of the news that may be of interest to Nature London members. Here is a list of organizations with emailed newsletters that carry interesting and/or important information. Most have online events calendars.
Members are invited to submit suggestions by emailing the webmaster. Please include a brief description that will help others to decide whether to subscribe. In some cases, it is necessary to join the organization to get on the mailing list.
Ontario Nature is a charity that has been protecting wild species and wild spaces through education, conservation and public engagement since 1931. When you subscribe, you can choose which topics interest you.
Thames Talbot Land Trust works on land within the territories of the Haudenosaunee, Anishinaabeg, Lenaapeewak, Attawandaron, and Wendat peoples. These lands and waters have been cared for and remain under the care of Indigenous Peoples from time immemorial. We are committed to working in the spirit and practice of reconciliation while caring for nature with respect and collaboration to build a greener and more inclusive future for all people.
The London Environmental Network (LEN) is an environmental charitable organization based in London, Ontario, Canada. The LEN helps to protect our environment and build a more sustainable city by offering environmental programs and climate action opportunities for all residents.
Cornell Lab of Ornithology is powered by science, technology, and millions of people around the globe—people like you. It is the home of eBird, Merlin, and the Macauley Library (over 50 million bird images and sounds).
The Bruce Peninsula Bird Observatory is worth joining for the weekly migration reports.
The Toronto Entomologists’ Association (TEA) is a non-profit educational and scientific organization formed to promote interest in insects, to encourage co-operation among amateur and professional entomologists, to educate and inform non-entomologists about insects, entomology and related fields, to aid in the preservation of insects and their habitats and to issue publications in support of these objectives.
Many local organizations use Eventbrite to publicize events and handle registrations. You can customize the displayed list of events by adjusting the search filters.
Using Facebook or YouTube to follow organizations can be very frustrating. You may not get all of the postings of the organizations you follow, but you will get many unwanted postings in your feed.