Indoor: Swim, Drink, Fish Canada

At our May speaker series meeting, Krystyn Tully of Swim, Drink, Fish Canada helped us to imagine a world where every waterway is clean enough to swim, pure enough to drink, and contains fish you can safely catch and consume. Krystyn would like Nature Guelph m...

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News: Participate in the Great Canadian Birdathon

Participate in the Great Canadian Birdathon It’s time to register for the Great Canadian Birdathon! It’s easy, it’s fun, it raises funds for bird conservation and anyone can do it! All you have to do is register, ask your friends and family t...

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News: Milkweed Talk

Nature Guelph was pleased to welcome species at risk biologist Graham Buck on April 19 for a presentation on Milkweeds. Graham presented the ten species of Asclepias native to Ontario, including four common species, three uncommon species, three very rare spec...

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Info: Turtle Handling 101

Turtles are emerging from hibernation and it won’t be long until they are searching out places to lay their eggs. Unfortunately that means they will soon be crossing roads and may need your help to do so safely. Here are some handy resources you should c...

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News: Weird Naturalists are the Best Naturalists!

News: Weird Naturalists are the Best Naturalists!

We had another big turnout at our monthly speaker series presentation on February 9th. A record-breaking 158 people were fortunate to hear Chris Earley talk about his wildlife encounters. Chris is such an entertaining speaker, and his presentation was educat...

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News: Cats & Birds Campaign

News: Cats & Birds Campaign

The Cats and Bird Campaign needs your help! Nature Guelph is a proud partner in the Nature Canada led Keep Cats Safe And Save Bird Lives campaign in Guelph. Our community partners include the Guelph Humane Society, the Guelph Cat Population Task Force, Wild On...

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