Passport to Nature – upcoming events

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There are still spots available for some upcoming Passport to Nature events!

Thursday, July 25th: Intro to the World of Moths – FULL

Saturday, July 27th: Hike the Wildlands – POSTPONED from July 20 due to weather and will now take place July 27.

Nestled within Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park, the Conservancy’s newest reserve – the Ron Reid Nature Reserve – is at the heart of one of southern Canada’s most powerful biological engines. QEII & RRNR create an important corridor of connected wilderness. Together we will explore a portion of the area. Please be prepared for the day with good footwear, snacks/lunch, water, hiking poles and other personal items.

Leader: Philip Careless

Registration here.

Sunday, July 28th: Millennials Only Birding

Were you born between 1982 and 2002? Have a curiosity about nature and birds? Learn the basics of birding, identifying by sight or sound and more with one of your peers! Our region is home to hundreds of species – it’s time we learn about them! We’ll take a hike through the woods, and hope to see and hear some interesting birds. Please bring binoculars and ID books if you have them. We will have some for people to borrow as well.

Leader: Tanya Clark

Registration here.

Sunday, August 11th: Woodland Ferns – FULL

See the full Passport to Nature schedule here.

A special thank you to our sponsors who make these available possible!