Maple Leaves Forever

What we are: •We are a charitable Foundation that advocates planting of native maples in increasing numbers across the rural landscape of southern Ontario. What we do: •We are committed to providing seedlings and larger maple saplings to planting agencies and landowners on a cost shared basis. We do this by working with seed collectors

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Huron Fringe Birding Festival – May 23 to June 1, 2008

This very popular event will be held from May 23 to June 1, 2008 with headquarters at MacGregor Point Provincial Park. If you require more information, contact the Friends of MacGregor Park at any of the following: Tel: (519) 389-6231, (519) 389-6232; Email: fompp@bmts.com; Website: www.friendsofmacgregor.org  Innocence by Minerva Cook Soft new innocent A ruffed grouse chick

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Reptiles at Risk

Ontario Nature began a 1-year reptiles-at-risk project this April to document populations of listed reptile species in and around nature reserves in Grey and Bruce counties. Reptiles are cryptic, difficult to find, and receive less attention than most other taxa. As a result, their populations are very poorly documented in many regions. This summer I

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Trip Report: May 3, 2008 Early May Migration in South Bruce Outing

By Dave Schaus Trip Leader: Dave Schaus Participants: Jean Schaus, Jerry Asling, Joy Albrecht, Kathleen Giesler, Doreen Stoot, Wanda                         Szabo Conditions: Cloudy in the a.m., some fog and periods of rain in the p.m., windy, Temp 10-12º C Locations visited: Downtown Walkerton, Ripley Sewage Lagoons, Lurgan Beach, Point Clarke,                                 Kincardine Due to the continuing rain the outing

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Kinghurst Fall Walk

By Nikki MayPhotos by John Reaume The day was mild for mid-November when members and visitors of Saugeen Nature set off for a stroll along the pathways of Kinghurst Nature Reserve near Dornoch. The woods were quiet as most of the song-birds have fled south, but there was a very active gaggle of Canada Geese

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I the undersigned, wish to have my child
participate in the following activity
sponsored by the Saugeen Naturalists. As part of registering my child, I hereby agree as follows:
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