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Title: The Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club
Description:The Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club holds informative monthly meetings, organizes guided nature excursions, sponsors a nature club for young people, and participates in conservation and wildlife monitoring acitivities.
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The Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club The Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club Box 35069 Westgate PO, Ottawa ON K1Z 1A2 E-mail ofnc@ofnc.ca Coming events Birding Publications Fletcher Wildlife Garden Conservation Awards For young naturalists Contact us Bird sightings Committees and Board Canadian Field-Naturalist Membership and donations Links FalconWatch BULLETIN BOARD NEWS AND EVENTS Wildlife Speaker Series features Mike Runtz (April 6) Summer workshops at Isle Royale Francophone or bilingual proofreaders wanted World Views: Free monthly photo evenings OFNC supports new book on history of the Central Experimental Farm OFNC Board minutes LATEST NEWS FROM Ontario Reptile and Amphibian Atlas (March 2017) Ontario Nature (Feb 2017) Bird Studies Canada (20 Jan 2017) Ontario Environment Network (Jan 2017) Cornell Lab of Ornithology (Jan 2017) The Nature Conservancy (Dec 2016) Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society, Ottawa Valley Chapter Ottawa Stewardship Council (Winter 2016) The OFNC is on Facebook! Join the group and exchange information, post photos, hear about events: click here. Note: You'll need to sign up for Facebook (free) to participate. Follow us on Twitter: @OttawaFieldNat Tweets by @OttawaFieldNat Click image for more info... Founded in 1863 (and incorporated in 1879), the Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club is the oldest natural history club in Canada. Over 800 members have interests in all aspects of the natural world, from birding to botanizing, investigation to publication, conservation to cooperation. We hope you'll find something here to suit your interests. We meet on the second Tuesday of every month (except July and August) at 7 p.m. in the K.W. Neatby Building, Salon B, 960 Carling Avenue. Check Coming Events to find out the topic of next month's meeting. OUR OBJECTIVES To promote the appreciation, preservation, and conservation of Canada's natural heritage To encourage investigation, publish the results of research in all fields of natural history, and diffuse the information as widely as possible To support and cooperate with organizations engaged in preserving, maintaining or restoring environments of high quality for living things. Regular visitors will want to check the "bulletin board" at the left and the features boxes at the right for news and new postings. Coming events The OFNC's Events Committee plans an extensive program of monthly meetings, workshops, day trips, and longer excursions for the education and interest of our members. Almost every weekend all year round, you can join a knowledgeable nature buff on an excursion to one of the many conservation areas in our region. Learn to identify some of the hundreds of birds that frequent our lakes, fields, and forests; wade through a marsh searching for amphibians; or take a leisurely stroll with fellow nature lovers. The Education and Publicity Committee can recommend a walk leader, speaker, or slide show presentation on request to non-member groups such as churches, seniors' groups, Scouts, Guides, etc. Birding Ottawa has a rich and varied birding community. The Birds Committee coordinates and encourages birding related activities both within and outside the Club. It has a relatively large membership of involved volunteers and is constantly seeking new participants. There are always new things, large and small, just waiting for a volunteer. Contact the Birds Committee. On a continuing basis, the committee conducts bird study sessions, manages five winter feeding stations, organizes bird counts, maintains records of unusual sightings and produces the club checklists. Birders may want to see the Ottawa checklist, find a bird or birding location or report a rare bird. Ottawa hosts a breeding pair of Peregrine Falcons. Each year the Birds Committee organizes a FalconWatch where volunteers monitor the fledglings through the time of their first flights. Publications The OFNC's two primary publications are The Canadian Field-Naturalist, a quarterly journal devoted to reporting scientific research in all fields of natural history relevant to Canada Trail & Landscape, a quarterly newsletter for club members, containing articles on the natural history of the Ottawa Valley and giving details of club activities. In addition, the OFNC sponsors a number of special publications on the natural history and environment of the national capital region. Please check our catalogue for information about ordering this material and back issues of The Canadian Field-Naturalist and Trail & Landscape. Fletcher Wildlife Garden The Fletcher Wildlife Garden is a long-term project of the OFNC. Its goal is to restore wildlife habitat in an area that is only minutes from the centre of Ottawa. Besides being readily accessible to naturalists, gardeners, schoolchildren, and other residents of the city and its suburbs, the FWG site encompasses a variety of natural habitats. Volunteers are working to restore and enhance these and other areas to provide a wide range of potential homes for regional wildlife. Conservation All OFNC activities ? the excursions and meetings, the publications, the bird count, the Macoun Club, etc. ? depend on the continued existence of a natural environment where the astonishing happenings we call "nature" can continue to happen. The Conservation Committee's job is to be alert to human influences that are damaging to the natural environment and to advise OFNC members and the executive about what actions we can take, both as individuals and collectively. In addition to local issues, OFNC supports conservation efforts on a broader scale through affiliation with organizations such as Ontario Nature and Canadian Nature Federation. Awards Each year, the OFNC recognizes the special contributions of some of its members for in terms of service, conservation, and natural history. The Awards Committee calls for and accepts nominations from members, prepares citations and organizes the awards ceremony, which takes place at the annual soirée in April. For descriptions of the various awards and a bit of history, click here. Macoun Club for Young Naturalists The Macoun Field Club is a nature club for kids ages 9-18. The Macoun Field Club opens kids' eyes to nature's intricate world ? from the tallest tree right down to the tiniest pond mite. The Macoun Field Club is truly a unique organization; not only can kids get together and meet other children who enjoy outdoor adventure, but they learn to appreciate nature in a new dimension. Committees The club's operations are overseen by a Council made up of elected members and the chairs of the various committees. Individual activities are undertaken by club members participating in standing committees. Become a member The Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club is a volunteer, non-profit organization. The objectives of the club are to promote the appreciation, preservation, and conservation of Canada's natural heritage and to encourage investigation and dissemination of the results of researc...

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