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About the NFN

The NFN is a community-based, non-profit organization founded in 1962. The aims of the group are the study, appreciation and conservation of our natural world.

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Coming Events

Jul
21

Bat Hike

Liv Monck–Whipp of NCC will tell us about the general biology of bats and the different species that are in our area. Once it starts to get dark, we will go on a short hike looking and listening for bats. Various devices will be used to help us see and hear them.
Jul
29

Hummingbirds and Butterflies

David Okines will give a hummingbird banding demonstration and then we’ll do a walk around the old field habitat to see what butterflies and birds can be seen. Bring a lawn chair for the hummingbird banding and bug spray, hat and sunscreen for the walk.

Recent articles

December 2016 Lotus

December 2016 Lotus

Here is the December 2016 Lotus newsletter. It has the annual...
The Bruce Beckoned

The Bruce Beckoned

Ontario Nature's 85th annual gathering Story by Inga Hinnerichsen Ontario Nature...
2016 Birdathon

2016 Birdathon

The 2016 Summer Lotus has the first of two articles on...
Coyote Watch

Coyote Watch

The NFN Information Session on Coyotes was a Big Success! Late...

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