Below is a link to the schedule for Norfolk Field Naturalists’ 2022-23 speakers and outings program:
2022-23 NFN Program Brochure
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic all meetings will be conducted by Zoom. Members will receive information about these events through the usual methods.
Please continue to monitor the web site for updates.
Melina Damian, Communication Coordinator from Ontario Nature, will share findings from a study regarding the correlation between plastic pollution and materials contained in cormorants’ nests.
Dave Jolly from Earthquest (Canada) for the Environment will provide information about the species of native flowers included in the aster and goldenrod groups.
Kaleigh Norquay is the Lab Manager for the Willis Bat Lab at the University of Winnipeg. They are a part of the Neighbourhood Bat Watch, a group of researchers across Canada that monitor bat populations.
Members are invited to share up to 20 electronic photos or a short video no more than 10 minutes of sightings or trips.
Kevin Callan, aka The Happy Camper and writer for “Paddling” and “Explore” magazines and the author of 18 books, will tell us why he thinks spending time outdoors gives a sense of place in the larger scheme of things.
Daniel Kraus, Director of National Conservation with the Wildlife Conservation Society of Canada, will tell us about wildlife extinction and recovery.