50th Event Features Free Movie, Door Prizes, and Refreshments

50th Event Features Free Movie, Door Prizes, and Refreshments

Tomorrow night is Lambton Wildlife's big 50th Anniversary event at the Sarnia Public Library Theatre!! Come out for 7 pm to help us celebrate 50 years of protecting nature in the Sarnia-Lambton area. The evening starts out with a few short speeches from prominent Lambton Wildlife members, followed by the screening of the newly recent "Call of the Forest - The Forgotten Wisdom of Trees" documentary. All guests will be then entered into the door prizes give away, after which everyone is invited to share free cake and refreshments! (more…)
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A Special Thanks For 50th Anniversary Door Prizes

A Special Thanks For 50th Anniversary Door Prizes

Lambton Wildlife would like to send out our heartfelt thanks to all the businesses and individuals for donating great door prizes for our upcoming 50th Anniversary Event. We know the evening will be a huge success, in part due to your help. Join us this Wednesday at the Sarnia Public Library for your chance to win one of these wonderful door prizes. Everyone is welcome! Free admission. Free screening of the brand new documentary movie "Call of the Forest". Free draw for lots of door prizes. Free refreshments!! Wednesday, November 2nd at 7pm.   Thanks to the following businesses and…
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See You There

See You There

At Indoor Meetings, starting about 7:00 p.m., Lambton Wildlife has inaugurated 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 more pleasurable, cookies and juice will also be served for your enjoyment.  This is a great chance to talk with old friends, to make new ones, and to greet new members to the club and make them feel welcome. Please come out and enjoy the social time and refreshments before Dr. Jenny McCune’s presentation “Rare Woodland Plants of Southern Ontario.” We look forward…
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Birds and Weather

Birds and Weather

Professor Scott MacDougall-Shackleton, Director of Advanced Facility for Avian Research at UWO, gave a presentation on birds and how they respond to changes in weather and daylight, and how they cope with the winter.   Some bird behavior is guided and influenced by the length of daylight. This is one of the factors that influences migration. Birds migrate based partially on day length. Hours of daylight let them know it is time to start their spring and fall migrations. Even caged birds display migratory restlessness by fluttering their wings and moving back and forth inside their cages during migration time…
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