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The following speech was given by Larry Cornelis, Board Member and Head of the Outdoor Committee for Lambton Wildlife, at the recent 50th Anniversary event held at the Sarnia Public Library Theatre. Larry is also a past President. [caption id="att

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A walk through Mandaumin Woods in autumn is a bonanza of brilliant colours! Depending on when you visit the trail many different ferns and fungi can be seen; during the Mandaumin Woods bioblitz 11 different species of fungi were found (Polyporus alve

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On Wednesday, November 2, 2016, about two hundred people came out on a rainy evening to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding of Lambton Wildlife Inc. The event featured a screening of the newly premiered film,

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Join Lambton Wildlife for an evening walk at the Lorne Henderson Conservation Area outside of Petrolia. Discover how easy it is to see and walk under the natural light of a full moon and use your other senses to experience the nocturn

At Indoor Meetings, starting about 7:00 p.m., Lambton Wildlife has decided to begin each indoor meeting with a social time to give people the chance to visit with friends and to say hello to fellow Lambton Wildlife members. To make your time even

Rachel and Carl, bird banders from Native Territories Avian Research Project, will discuss bird banding and how it is valuable in obtaining data which cannot be elicited by any other method. We will be presenting the banding results and what we learn

Felicia Syer Nicol introduced Dr. Jenny McCune of Carlton University. Jenny’s doctoral work at the University of Guelph involved the use of computer models to predict rare plant species occurrences despite such factors as significant landscape fragme