February 11, 2016: 7:00 p.m. – Holiday Beach Conservation Area, Amherstburg Learn about the owls of Southwestern Ontario, their adaptations, physiology and more. Weather permitting, attendees will also walk through the woods of the Holiday Beach Conservation Area on a guided hike, looking and listening for owls. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. Admission: $5/person, $15/family. To register, visit erca.org/birding.
January 13, 2016: 7:30 p.m. – Ojibway Nature Centre, 5200 Matchette Road, Windsor Join the Essex County Field Naturalists’ Club to learn about Lil’ Reg! Ian Naisbitt was an elementary school educator for 30 years and created the Habitat 2000 Club at Concord School in 1989, organizing 6 river cleanups of the “old channel” of Little River […]
Coordinating Conservation in the St. Clair-Detroit River System December 9, 2015 – The State of the Strait is an international one-day conference that brings together government managers, researchers, students, environmental and conservation organizations, and concerned citizens to assess ecosystem status and provide advice to improve research, monitoring, and management from Lake St. Clair to the western basin […]
November 7, 2015: 7:00 p.m. – Holiday Beach Conservation Area, Amherstburg Join Essex County Field Naturalist, Kory Renaud, for an owl prowl at Holiday Beach Conservation Area. We will look and listen for owls in and around the park. Meet at the Holiday Beach main gate parking area at 7 p.m. Be sure to dress for the weather and bring along […]
October 14, 2015: 7:30 p.m. – Ojibway Nature Centre, 5200 Matchette Road, Windsor This talk given by Heather Taylor of the Essex-Windsor Solid Waste Authority will address the following questions and issues: Who is EWSWA? How long does the stuff you throw in the garbage sit in our landfill? The plastic obsession and what it is doing to our […]