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The science of nature: For citizens, by citizens

Amateurs serve as an early warning system for the natural world OPINION 07:32 PM by James Schaefer Special to The Examiner Citizen scientists, including local birders, can now use technology to track and document nature. This Northern Cardinal was photographed in Peterborough. – MARTIN PARKER/SPECIAL TO THE EXAMINER In their thousands, they are coming —…

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PFN World Wetlands Day Walk at Trent

It was a great walk today at Trent Wildlife Santuary. Thank you to everyone for coming out. Our bird count was as follows: 5 hairy woodpeckers 3 blue jays 20 black-capped chickadees 2 white-breasted nuthatches 6 American tree sparrows 2 dark-eyed juncos 3 northern cardinals    

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PFN Annual General Meeting

Join us for PFN’s 78th Annual General Meeting Keep up to date on PFN business, elect the next executive, enter the raffle/silent auction for prizes, enjoy a delicious meal and stay for an entertaining presentation. Tickets are just $40. for the evening, and can be reserved by contacting Lynn Smith at smithfam@nexicom.net OR Phone at…

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The PFN Legacy Fund Grant

Martin Pick director Community Foundation of Greater Peterborough presenting cheque for $1145.00 from The PFN Legacy Fund – a fund managed by the Foundation that will provide a yearly grant for PFN special projects.

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PFN AGM January 19th RSVP by January 5th

PFN Members If you are planning to attend the Annual General Meeting Jan 19 and have not reserved your dinner yet, RSVP Jim Young with your requirements by Jan 05 please.  We have to provide the caterer with final numbers. Jim Young PFN Membership (705) 760-9397

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2018 Peterborough Field Naturalists AGM

  The Peterborough Field Naturalists 2018 AGM, Dinner, Guest Presentation Please RSVP by Friday Jan 5th To Reserve Tickets please contact Jim Young at jbyoung559@gmail.com  OR  705-760-9397 Note: If you are interested in purchasing any of Steve Burrows’ birder mysteries, Michelle Berry of Hunter Street Books has stocked her store with stacks of them. 164…

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Next Monthly Meeting: Thickson’s Woods April 12th

Monthly Meeting:Thickson’s Woods April 12th   I hope you were one of the packed house for Peter B. Mills presentation on Ontario Amphibians.   Please mark your Calendars for April 12th which is our next presentation:   Thickson’s Woods is the last remnant of old-growth pines on the north shore of Lake Ontario. In 1983…

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