- Saturday, January 27 @ 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
(Nature London members only.) ** Note new meeting place. ** On this all-day outing, we will visit various spots around Sarnia and along the St. Clair River to observe waterfowl and other winter birds. Bring snacks and dress very warmly. … Continue reading →
- Tuesday, January 30 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
(Open to the public.) It would be fair to call Dr. Cam Tsujita a rock star. This Western professor of earth sciences revels in rocks and has a particular enthusiasm for sharing his interests. Join him in a trip through … Continue reading →
- Tuesday, February 6 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
(Open to the public.) How do you interact with the earth? She is listening. Andrew Judge, an Anishinaabe and Irish scholar, shares his experience utilizing Indigenous teachings to add richness to interactions with our earth mother. Judge, a PhD candidate … Continue reading →
- Tuesday, February 13 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
(Open to the public.) Permaculture – a transformational approach to the way we create backyards, neighbourhoods, and cities – is slowly taking root. In communities around the planet, city-dwellers are forming mutually beneficial relationships with non-human nature and creating spaces … Continue reading →
- Friday, February 16 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Bernie Solymar, Executive Director of Nature’s Calling Environmental Education, Simcoe, and President of Norfolk Field Naturalists, speaks about his work to inspire and involve youth in the natural world.
2017 Audited Financial Statement and 2016-2017 Annual Report Now Available
Trip Report: Photography Outing at Kiwanis Park and Westminster Ponds
October 21, 2017
Nature London Voices Its Position on the Springbank Dam
October 20, 2017
For details, see the Letter to the City of London.
Trip Report: Boogie Woogies Spotted at Cedarcroft!
October 15, 2017
For details, see the Trip Report.
Nature London Commemorative Plaque Unveiled
Presentation on London’s Environmentally Significant and Natural Areas
September 15, 2017
If you weren’t able to attend the September 15 indoor meeting, the Status Report from Nature London’s Conservation Committee is now availabe on-line.
For past stories, please see the Archived News.