Anyone with an interest in nature is welcome to attend our free meetings.
- We start with a few announcements of noteworthy upcoming events, conservation issues or projects.
- A mic is passed around as people share recent sightings of animals, plants, and insects
- We welcome new members and guests
- After a short break...
- The main feature is a presentation by a guest speaker on one of a variety of interesting topics
Our December meeting is a social with snacks, coffee and display tables.
Our May meeting includes a native plant swap.
At each meeting field guides are available for sale, and Ontario Nature holiday cards are available to order in the fall.
Meetings are usually on the 4th Monday of the month (unless that conflicts with a holiday) at 7:30 pm from September through May. The December meeting is earlier in the month and both it and the May meeting (which includes a short annual business meeting) start at 7:00 pm.
Our meeting location is:
Knox Presbyterian Church Hall
50 Erb Street West
There are a number of public transit options. The 200 iXpress bus, and routes 5 and 7 stop nearby. The facility is fully accessible
Doors will open at 7:00 pm for regular meetings, or as may be announced for special meetings (AGM in May and December Social).
All Parking is Free
Marsland Centre is free after 6 pm
Dupont Lot D is free after 5:30 pm
Please do not use the Public Library Lots.
Note that traffic around the block: Erb – Albert – Caroline is one-way counterclockwise.
All parking access is from Dupont Street, which is two-way and can be entered from either Albert or Caroline N.
There may be occasional disruptions or detours due to LRT construction.
Escape from winter and join Alan and Anne as they concentrate on many aspects of this southwestern American State.Monday, January 28 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm at Knox Presbyterian Church Hall
Why should we care about buzzing insects? Kim will draw you into the world of pollination, emphasizing how you can share your space with pollinators, especially native bees.Monday, February 25 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm at Knox Presbyterian Church Hall
Found nowhere else on earth, hummingbirds are the jewels of the Americas. Join WRN's own David Gascoigne for an exploration into his personal experiences with these tiny gems throughout North, Central and South America.Monday, March 25 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm at Knox Presbyterian Church Hall
This month, award-winning photographer and publisher Mark Zelinski will present images and stories that bring exquisite focus to the environmental treasures of the Niagara Escarpment, celebrating the diverse communities that thrive along its rugged, curving paths.Monday, April 29 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm at Knox Presbyterian Church Hall