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Tuesday Feb 6 – Members Night

February 6, 2018 is Member’s Night.  All are welcome to share photography, poetry and maybe even a few tall tales. Please contact Nature PEI Vice President, Gerald MacDougall to submit your top nature images in the slide show. Regular time … Continue reading

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New Date – Christmas Bird Count for Kids

Saturday Jan 20th, 2018 is the new date for the CBC for Kids. Please spread the word.CBCFlyerupdated) Bigger Version of flyer

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January 2018 Meeting – Sable Island Horses and Nature

Nature PEI is kicking off the New Year with its Annual General Meeting (AGM)  and a very special presentation on Sable Island Horses and Nature by Diane Griffin, Kathy Martin and Jackie Waddell.  “When many folks think of the Island, … Continue reading

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Christmas Bird Count For Kids

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Next meeting is January 9th AGM – note change in date.

The next meeting of Nature PEI is Tuesday, January 9th 2018 and will include our AGM. With holidays so close to the first Tuesday of the month we have moved things by one week. Please spread the word to anyone that may … Continue reading

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PEI flora: Regional Themes and New Discoveries – Tue. Dec 5, 2017

Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at 7:30 pm “PEI flora: Regional Themes and New Discoveries”‘ by Sean Blaney of the Atlantic Canada Conservation Data Centre will utilize photos and descriptions to highlight recent plant discoveries on the Island. Please join us at Nature … Continue reading

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Dr. David Cairns, biologist – Nov 7, 2017 Meeting

At our upcoming November meeting we will  explore the little-known seabird islands of Atlantic Canada with biologist David Cairns. There is a biological and physical boundary that runs across the Gulf of St. Lawrence, through Cabot Strait, and out to … Continue reading

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