Darkside: Illuminating the World of Moths

Darkside: Illuminating the World of Moths

You are invited to a Zoom webinar. When: Nov 29, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Topic: LWI Virtual Series: Darkside; Illuminating the World of Moths.Butterflies get all the attention. Naturalist Basil Conlin will captivate us by shedding light on the astonishing biology, diversity, and natural history of moths. He will also teach us how to attract them, participate in citizen science and how to garden for our night-time pollinators. Register in advance for this webinar:https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_tO2ZIP8HRVWWwk1vYlvesA After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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LWI Virtual Series: Prescribed Burns at Pinery PP

LWI Virtual Series: Prescribed Burns at Pinery PP

You are invited to a Zoom webinar. When: Oct 25, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Topic: LWI Virtual Series: Prescribed Burns at Pinery PP Alistair MacKenzie’s role at Pinery is to connect ecology and education to share the marvels of the natural world so that future stewards of the lands and waters see value in their protection forever. Alistair will share his work relating to prescribed burns in the management of natural environments such as oak savannas and tall grass prairies. Register in advance for this webinar:https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_1s3IJCiyTLaoLsR0uhfbmA After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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LWI Virtual Series: Aamjiwnaang Ethnobotanical Studies

LWI Virtual Series: Aamjiwnaang Ethnobotanical Studies

You are invited to a Zoom webinar. When: Sep 27, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Topic: LWI Virtual Series: Aamjiwnaang Ethnobotanical Studies Register in advance for this webinar:https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_dOC5ANxzQoeop1tOUBQdWQ After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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Sydenham River Nature Reserve Expansion

Sydenham River Nature Reserve Expansion

The Sydenham River Nature Reserve is well known throughout Ontario. Recently the YouTube personality “The Happy Camper” was in Lambton County on tour and specifically asked to visit the Sydenham Nature Reserve, one of Ontario’s best remaining examples of imperiled habitats. Follow the link below to get a small glimpse of this beautiful reserve. Lambton Wildlife is fundraising to purchase property adjacent to the existing reserve to expand the size of the incredibly significant and biodiverse Sydenham River Nature Reserve. This important initiative can only succeed with your help! Every donation will help protect the many endangered and at-risk species…
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We are on our way!

We are on our way!

Lambton Wildlife is on it's way to reaching its goal of $75,000 to donate to Ontario Nature for the Sydenham River Nature Reserve Expansion.  Help us reach are goal and donate today! Visit lambtonwildlife.com/srnr-expansion/ for information about the property and to donate.
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Establishing a native pollinator area at Mandaumin Woods Nature Reserve

Establishing a native pollinator area at Mandaumin Woods Nature Reserve

The frontage along Mandaumin Road has been transformed into a Native pollinator garden. In May thearea was prepared and seeded with a mix of native pollinator plants, and this past week another 600native seedlings were planted. A big thank you to Enbridge, who provided a grant for the project, and tothe volunteers from LWI who carried out the work.
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Lambton Wildlife Members: Call for Committee Members

The Lambton Wildlife Board has decided to strike a Natural Environment Committee to assist the Board in the following areas: Identifying local and regional habitat protection initiatives that would benefit from Lambton Wildlife's involvementAssessing partnership and land securement opportunitiesWiden our influence in the community regarding environmental and habitat protection We are currently looking for committee members, and a Committee Chairperson. The Chair's responsibilities include: Organizing meetings & creating agendasFacilitating meeting discussionsReporting to the LWI Board If you are interested in either role, please email president@lambtonwildlife.com by June 14.
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Lambton Wildlife Online – Our 2020 September and October Speakers


Lambton Wildlife Online – Our 2020 September and October Speakers


By Wanda Brown-Maxfield - 2020 has of course been an unprecedented year with social distancing negatively impacting our ability to come together to share common interests.  LWI has not been spared this blight however it is clear where there is a will there is a way4››; and LWI being in no short supply of will has found a way to forge ahead. The Indoor Committee, in particular, is to be commended on its ability to adapt, and more specifically its selection of September and October’s presenters, Jonathon Choquette and Jeremy Bensette.  Both presentations were informative and I think accurately reflect each…
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Lambton Wildlife Award Winners

Lambton Wildlife Award Winners

Lambton Wildlife has acknowledged the Great Lakes Refill Co. and Erin Carroll and the SCRCA biology team for their positive impacts. Conservation Award Erin Carroll and the SCRCA Biology Team have been recognized for their research into aquatic ecosystems in our local watershed. Their work in the field gathers data on the most biologically diverse river in Ontario – the Sydenham River.  The team’s work on public education helps individuals make choices to improve local watersheds and creates public awareness of our unique natural heritage. Erin Carrol (left) is presented the award in a socially distanced manner by Mary Martin,…
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