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Cat On A Bike

Leader Gary Hillaby We will meet at the parking lot at the Sydenham Library. Our convoy will head east toward Perth Road. What we see and how many stops will determine how much of the Cataraqui Trail we’ll cover. Bring the usual outing accessories (bug spray, sunscreen, water/snack)Register at fieldtrips@kingstonfieldnaturalists.org or call 613 547-8121 Rain date Aug.14

Ramble – Menzel Centennial Nature Reserve

The site is North of Napanee. Rambles are slow walks to notice nature in all its forms. Be prepared for ticks, wild parsnip, flies of all types, poison ivy. Bring hat, sunscreen, water, and lunch. For detailed directions please register by the Sunday before the trip with Anne (n8ture.anne at sympatico.ca or 613-389-6742).

Paddle from Upper Brewers Locks

Meet at the boat ramp just north of the Upper Brewers Locks parking lot at the end of Canal Rd (GPS coordinates: 44.413400, -76.313613). We will paddle north into Cranberry Lake and aim to circumnavigate Beaupre Island. Your kayak or canoe should have all of the province’s watercraft safety devices, including a personal flotation device ... Read more

30th Anniversary of The Friends of Frontenac

Frontenac Provincial Park 6700 Salmon Lake Road, Sydenham, Ontario

The Friends of Frontenac are celebrating 30 years this year and we would like to invite members of your organization to our celebration.  The celebration will take place 20 Aug 2022 from 10 am to 4 pm at Frontenac Park.  We plan on having some activities for all ages, various displays including some from local ... Read more

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Paddle Loughborough Lake

Meet at the Water Street boat launch in Battersea (GPS coordinates: 44.433314, -76.383906). We will paddle north into the part of the lake bounded by NCC properties. Your kayak or canoe should have all of the province’s watercraft safety devices, including a personal flotation device (PFD). Leaders: Kathy Webb and Bill Depew. To participate and ... Read more

Ramble – Westbrook Area

Leader - Jane Revell Rambles are slow walks to notice nature in all its forms. Be prepared for ticks, wild parsnip, flies of all types, poison ivy. Bring hat, sunscreen, water. For detailed directions please register by the Sunday before the trip with Anne (n8ture.anne at sympatico.ca or 613-389-6742).

Blue Mountain Fungi and Feathers

Leader Gary Hillaby We will meet at the carpool lot at Highway 2 and 401 (Gananoque).  Fungi and mushrooms will be a focus as we ascend to the summit of Blue Mountain. This edge of Charleston Provincial Park can provide great opportunities to observe nature both on the ground and in the air. We might ... Read more

September General Meeting

For the moment we are planning to hold the September meeting as a virtual event (using Zoom). It is possible that we may be able to get back to live meetings. The September newsletter will confirm whether the meeting is real or virtual. Guest speaker: Samantha Cava from Nature Canada has worked with various government, ... Read more

Southwestern Ontario Field Trip

We will be heading back to Western Ontario, May 13-19, 2023, to bird Point Pelee National Park, Rondeau (and other) Provincial Park(s), Hillman Marsh, Blenheim and Tilbury Lagoons and the Lake Saint Clair area as well as any other spots to which a twich may become desirable.   The group will again be limited to ... Read more