Young Nats Social Party! (Members Only)

Young Nats Social Party! (Members Only)

Join the LWI Young Nats Club and start the year off with a party! Party activities: - show and tell (bring an item!) - arts & crafts - snacks and drinks - LWI swag and prizes - A 2019 recap Members Only! Already a member? RSVP on Facebook or by email emailing m.kent@lambtonwildlife.com Not a member but have been to our events this year? Sign up before or @ the event! Fill out online forms here: https://forms.gle/TNnCMi8NpV8V99bTA
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CBC4KIDS – Christmas Bird Count For Kids

CBC4KIDS – Christmas Bird Count For Kids

On Saturday, December 28th from 12:30-3:30pm we will be having our 2nd annual Christmas Bird Count for Kids (CBC4KIDS) at Canatara Park. A fun winter birdwatching event for kids aged 6-12 and families. Join us to learn about birds, connect with other young naturalists, and become a Citizen Scientist! FREE, RSVP today, limited spots! We will be stationed at the buildings near the Animal Farm entrance. After registration, we will divide into teams and go exploring with a local birder. These experienced guides will show participants* how to identify local birdlife, use binoculars, and lead them to find and count…
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Young Naturalists: Creatures of Canatara – night hike

Young Naturalists: Creatures of Canatara – night hike

Young Naturalist Club - ages 6-11 At night, when others sleep, the forest comes alive! Learn about nocturnal and crepuscular creatures like owls, fireflies, coyotes, frogs, moths, bats, and more.  Bring a flashlight/headlamp. Insect repellent recommended. RSVP by emailing m.kent@lambtonwildlife.com the child names and ages along with the name of the parent/guardian who will be attending. 
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Young Naturalists: Hummingbird Day

Young Naturalists: Hummingbird Day

Young Naturalists (ages 6-11).  Parental supervision required. While getting up-close views, learn about the incredible journey our provinces smallest bird undertakes each year and some of the science that has helped us uncover some of the marvels of bird migration.  Carl Pascoe & Rachel Powless of Native Territories Avian Research Project (NTARP) will be banding hummingbirds at the Nicol Farm. Bring snacks, water, camera & a lawn chair. RSVP by emailing m.kent@lambtonwildlife.com the child names and ages along with the name of the parent/guardian who will be attending. 
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Young Naturalists: Blast to the Past!

Young Naturalists: Blast to the Past!

Young Naturalists (ages 6-11).  Parental supervision required. Take a 350 million year journey through the past at Rock Glen Conservation Area!  Along the way, we will take pit stops to imagine what different time periods were like.  Be prepared for short hiking and getting feet wet! More info about Rock Glen Conservation Area can be found here: https://www.abca.ca/downloads/Rock_Glen_CA_Brochure_Booklet_2018_Web_RE_1.pdf.  Insect repellent and sunscreen recommended. New Vortex binoculars for free sign-out are available for use during the outing thanks to a partnership between Vortex Canada, Nova Chemicals, and LWI! This is the perfect place for a picnic after the event! RSVP by emailing m.kent@lambtonwildlife.com the…
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Are you a youth interested in nature? Join Our Young Naturalist Clubs!

Are you a youth interested in nature? Join Our Young Naturalist Clubs!

Lambton Wildlife Incorporated (LWI) has been protecting nature for over 50 years by bringing those with a love of nature together to work towards common goals in conservation, preservation, and protection of the natural environment in Lambton County. Through a range of programs and events we aim to foster an environment that encourages appreciating, learning, and teaching about the natural environment.  In order to continue the voice and values of LWI, we must reach out to our younger generation to provide them with positive experiences in nature. Why Connect Kids with Nature? Nature deficit disorder may be a coined phrase but the symptoms…
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