DURHAM REGION FIELD NATURALISTS © 2018 UPDATED Mar. 26, 2019

DURHAM REGION FIELD NATURALISTS

"conservation through education"

WELCOME TO THE DRFN WEBSITE!

Our motto is :“conservation through education”

We are a group of friendly people who share our love of nature through regular meetings and field trips. We hope that you will join us. The Membership tab will help you do this.

MEETINGS Meetings are held the last Monday of the month with the exception of June, July, August and December. For location and a list of upcoming meetings please click Meetings and Meeting Location tabs above. Members receive a newsletter 5 times per year.

FIELD TRIPS We have regularly scheduled Field Trips. For a schedule of upcoming outings please click Field Trips tab above.

Click to see pass Field Trip Photos. https://drfn.shutterfly.com/

BUTTERFLY GARDEN DRFN, with help from the Canadian Organic Growers Durham Chapter and the City of Oshawa, created a Butterfly Garden in 2004. Please visit! Click the Butterfly Garden tab for information.BUTTERFLY GARDEN SPRING CLEAN-UP THURSDAY, MAY 23, 2019 AT 1000 AM

Click for Photos. https://drfnbitterflygarden.shutterfly.com/

VOLUNTEERING AT THE BUTTERFLY GARDEN - VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

Please contact Dianne if you can assist – 905-433-7875 or dpazaratz(at)sympatico.ca.

DRFN is a member of Ontario Nature. Please join ON today!

NEWS

Next Meeting

Mon., Apr. 29, 2019

Dr. Jeff Bowman

Bobcat and Lynx a Tail of Two Ontario Wild Cats

Next Outing

Sun., Apr. 28, 2019 at 10:00 AM

Hydro Marsh and Alex Robertson Park (Pickering)

IMPORTANT OTHER THINGS OF INTEREST

BUTTERFLY GARDEN SPRING CLEAN-UP THURSDAY, MAY 23, 2019 AT 1000 AM

Saturday May 25th, 2019 10:00am to 3:00pm

6th Annual Feathered Friends Festival

HURON FRINGE BIRDING FESTIVAL

MAY-24-MAY27 & MAY 30-JUNE 2, 2019

FRIENDS

Margaret Carney's Nature Column for Metroland Durham

Toronto Ornithological Club

For E-Bird sightings in the last 7 days in the GTA including Oshawa and Whitby area visit TOC's website page.

Check out these booklets and more at the Matt Holder Environmental Education Fund website.