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April 2017

Nature In The City – World of Wildflowers Family Talk

April 29 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Guelph Public Library, 100 Norfolk St
Guelph, ON N1H 4J6 Canada
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Nature In The City - World of Wildflowers Family Talk Spring has sprung! Please join Nature Guelph at the Downtown Guelph Public Library Main Branch at 100 Norfolk Street for a free indoor family program on Saturday, April 29 at 1:00 pm to learn about the wide variety of wildflowers that grow in our city. We hope you will also join us on May 7 at 1:00 pm at Starkey Hill for the related free, guided outdoor program - a…

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May 2017

Nature In The City – World of Wildflowers Family Walk

May 7 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Nature In The City - World of Wildflowers Family Walk Please join Nature Guelph at the Starkey Hill parking lot on Sunday, May 7 at 1:00 pm for a free, guided outdoor family program - wildflower walk. Wear sturdy shoes and bring water. The Starkey Hill hiking trail is moderately difficult with several steep sections, tree roots and rocks, but participants can choose to walk the easier sections. To get there: Starkey Hill is a property owned by the Grand…

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Nature Guelph Speaker Series – Connecting With Water

May 11 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

For the May 2017 installment in our Speaker Series, Nature Guelph welcomes Krystyn Tully, Vice President and co-founder of Swim Drink Fish Canada (home of Lake Ontario Waterkeeper project, Swim Guide, and Watermark Project). Krystyn will talk about the idea of water literacy and why it matters to you. She'll share stories about successes (and failures) from people working to restore Canada's waters to ensure a swimmable, drinkable, fishable future. You'll also hear about simple steps you can take today…

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2Rivers Festival: International Migratory Bird Day in Guelph

May 13 @ 7:00 am - 10:00 am
Covered Bridge, Guelph, ON Canada + Google Map

Wellington Water Watchers presents 2Rivers Festival Starting at the Covered Bridge at 7 am, this will be a 2-hour bird count along the James Street trail by the Speed River to identify migrating birds, since mid-May is peak migration for many song birds. A one-hour “Beginner Birders” hike will begin at 9 am at the Covered Bridge and head east along on the north side of the river. Binoculars will be provided for beginners. Is this event accessible? The 7-9…

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Nature In The City – Our Native Trees Family Walk

May 14 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Nature In The City - Our Native Trees Family Walk Please join Nature Guelph at the University of Guelph Arboretum Centre main parking lot on Sunday, May 14 at 1:30 pm for a free, guided outdoor family program - a tree identification walk. This will be an easy walk on flat trails. To get there: Access to the Arboretum Centre parking lot is from the main Arboretum entrance off College Avenue East (just west of Victoria Road South). Continue south…

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Nature Guelph Outdoor Event – Spring Woodland Ephemeral Walk

Please join Nature Guelph for a spring woodland ephemeral wildflower walk as part of our Wildflower Society Series of programming. We will meet at the University of Guelph Arboretum Centre's parking lot at 6:30 pm. The spring ephemerals bloom for just a short time, then disappear underground when the trees have leafed out and the sunlight has vanished from the forest floor. Join us for our annual walk through The Arboretum's Victoria Woods while it is bursting with bloom. Nature…

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Nature Guelph Outdoor Event – History In Rocks Geology and Landforms Road Trip

Every landscape has its own story and much like detectives we use clues and evidence to piece together and understand these stories. Glacial landforms, exposed cliffs, river valleys, fossils, and erratics are the clues and evidence we use to tell us the story of the Greater Guelph Area. On this trip geographer Dr. Laura Brown will lead us to visit examples of geographic and geologic gems and see what they and the local rocks can tell us. We will also…

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