Nature PEI’s upcoming meeting will feature a presentation on the many natural wonders of New Brunswick through the eyes of avid local naturalists Don and Glenda McLelland. They will take us on a photographic journey from the Sackville Waterfowl Park all the way to Minister’s Island for a trip across the ocean floor. Along the way we will visit the Johnson’s Mills Shorebird Reserve, the famous Tidal Bore, Hopewell Rocks, the Artist’s Garden and Fundy National Park. Don notes that the one fascinating feature that these areas have in common is the highest tides in the world – up to 36 feet at Hopewell Rocks. This is a great opportunity to take a virtual trip off Island and to find lots of ideas for planning your own future trip.
You do need to reserve your seat.
Event: New Brunswick Bound with Don and Glenda McLelland
Date and Time: 7:30 pm, Tuesday, June 1, 2021.
Location: Beaconsfield, the Carriage House, corner of West and Kent Street, Charlottetown.
Facebook Live event link.
Please note that due to COVID-19 restrictions, all participants must pre-register by contacting Connie Gaudet (to make sure that I don’t misplace your email, please send a separate message with “Nature PEI May meeting registration” in the subject line). You should receive a confirmation of your registration within a day or two. Due to limited seating, preference will be given to members.
Participants must enter the Carriage House via the front door, provide their contact information and apply hand sanitizer which is supplied; respect the two-metre social distance rule; wear a face mask that covers the mouth and nose.