Tree Identification at Lorne C. Henderson Conservation Area

Tree Identification at Lorne C. Henderson Conservation Area

Larry Cornelis has extraordinary knowledge of the flora and fauna of Lambton County and beyond.  He expertly led a group of nearly 90 people through Lorne C. Henderson Conservation Area looking at various tree species, explaining what to look for when identifying trees, and engaging us with many facts about the importance of trees.  A fairly recent popular term that Larry described is Forest Bathing – simply immersing oneself in a forest atmosphere.  With as little as 2 hours per week Forest Bathing has been scientifically shown to increase immunity, decrease the risk of cancer and help you to recover…
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Young Nats! Slimes & Scales Outing This Weekend!

Young Nats! Slimes & Scales Outing This Weekend!

Young Naturalists June 17th—Slimes and Scales Moore Habitat Management Area 1pm-3pm Ssss! – slimy, scaly, secretive and species at risk! We have a diversity of reptiles and amphibians here but some can be hard to find. Learn some tips and tricks on how to find them and how to use your cell phone to be a part of science. Where to Meet Moore Habitat Management Area. What to bring – water sunblock and insect repellent (wash hands thoroughly after application for the sake of our amphibians) hat reptile/amphibian field guide Ontario Nature - Ontario Reptile and Amphibian Atlas (ORRA) App…
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Spring Songbird Migration in Canatara Park

Spring Songbird Migration in Canatara Park

Join us for our 3 Wednesday walks in Canatara Park. View resident and migrant birds. Each spring, migrant birds move through Canatara Park on their way to their nesting grounds. Walk with an expert birder to view resident and migrant birds. The walk leader is Eric Marcum (519-332-6122).  Eric is a long time birder with experience in the NE United States, northern Canada and many hours in and around Sarnia.  Eric’s experience in hearing and identifying bird songs adds to the experience. There are three walks scheduled starting on May 3 and continuing May 10 and May 17, 2017.  Start…
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Join Us Tonight For Our 50th Anniversary Celebration!

Join Us Tonight For Our 50th Anniversary Celebration!

It's finally here - Our 50th Anniversary event! And you are all invited to join us tonight, at 7 pm, at the Sarnia Public Library Theatre for a free evening event featuring the newly released nature film 'Call of the Forest: The Forgotten Wisdom of Trees'. The entire evening is free to all Lambton Wildlife members and the general public. Come and enjoy this beautiful film and get the chance to win a door prize! Celebratory cake and refreshments will be offered at the end of the evening for all to enjoy. We hope to see you there! Bring your…
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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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Have You Marked Your Calendar For Lambton Wildlife’s Anniversary Event?

Have You Marked Your Calendar For Lambton Wildlife’s Anniversary Event?

On Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016 at 7:00 pm, at the Sarnia Library Theatre, come help Lambton Wildlife celebrate our 50th Anniversary with a screening of the new documentary, "Call of the Forest".     This film examines some of the most beautiful forests in the Northern Hemisphere and shows how important they are in protecting, nourishing and maintaining our planet for all the living creatures that depend on them. Experts discuss the science of trees, reforestation, the impact climate change is having on the world's forests and what we all can do to make an impact that will change the…
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Lambton Wildlife’s 50th Anniversary Public Event

Lambton Wildlife’s 50th Anniversary Public Event

Celebrate Lambton Wildlife's 50th Anniversary by joining us for a screening of the recently released Treespeak Film, Call of the Forest, plus door prizes and, of course, cake! The event will be held on Wednesday, November 2nd at the Sarnia Public Library Theatre and the festivities begin at 7pm. See the official trailer below - we're sure the movie will be beautiful, inspiring and will awaken our souls. Please join us!   See the event calendar for more details. Call of the Forest - Official Trailer from Treespeak Films on Vimeo. A Message from the Filmmaker For those of us…
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Lace Up Your Shoes

Lace Up Your Shoes

Join Justin Nicol as he takes you on a guided tour of Rock Glen this Sunday. Learn to identify trees and other plants during this fall afternoon walk. Rock Glen Conservation Area is located in Arkona and offers scenic, historic and geologic diversity. While you are there, check out the fossils, mussels, birds and other artifacts at the Arkona Lions Museum and Information Centre. Admission is $4.00 per person and you can come early and stay late. Bring your camera and binoculars. We hope to see you there! Check out the event on the Calendar of Events. Rock Glen Conservation…
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Head to Hawk Cliff This Weekend

Head to Hawk Cliff This Weekend

This weekend, join other avid birders for the 2nd Hawk Cliff celebrations. The weekend is going to be full of free events, from guided hikes, hawk banding, monarch tagging and other educational programs. Bring your whole family to enjoy the yearly fall migration of raptors! Events start at 10am and end at 3:30pm each day. Special thanks goes out to the St Thomas Field Naturalist Club (STFNC), the Hawk Cliff Banders, and volunteers of Monarch Watch for hosting this year's event.
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