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Checklists & Species Reporting Forms

Trumpeter Swans at Lower Brewer’s Mills, White-crowned Sparrow at Sandhurst Shores, Dunlin on Amherst Island. (c)Anthony Kaduck


iNaturalist is a great place to upload and share your general observations – particularly those not covered below. Please join the KFN iNaturalist Project by clicking on the link next to the Terms & Rules, just above the banner. Any observation you then add will automatically be added to the project. Having a photo is preferable but definitely not essential. The location of all Species at Risk is obscured by default, so your data is safe. However, please consider also joining the NHIC Project, the recognised body for assimilation of SAR data in Ontario.


  • Bird checklists for the Kingston area and the Rare Bird Reporting Form:

White Admiral, Twelve-spotted Skimmer, Hummingbird Clearwing (c)Anthony Kaduck


Please see the Butterflies of the Kingston Study Area page for more information on butterflies.

Dragonflies and Damselflies of the Kingston Area Please contact info@kingstonfieldnaturalists.org to be put in touch with other Odonata enthusiasts.

See the Moths and Moth watching in the Kingston Area page for more information on moths.

Plants, Lichens, Fungi