52 Weeks of Flight
Meetings: the third Monday of every month (except for July and August, when we’re on vacation too), at Dalhousie Regional High School Library, 7pm.
Chignecto Naturalist Club
Meetings: Sackville Commons Co-op, 7:30 pm, 3rd Monday of the month, Sept. – June.
President: Pam Novak
Club Contact: Andrew Mcfarlane
Club de Naturalistes de la Péninsule acadienne
Les réunions : tous les premiers mercredis du mois de septembre à juin. Ces rencontres débutent à 19h au Centre communautaire de Landry à Landry.
Club des Ami(e)s de la Nature du Sud-Est
President: Yvon Comeau
Club Contact: Nicole Landry
Mercredi, le 3 janvier 7pm
Lieu: Dieppe- Park Rotary
Conférencier: Roger LeBlanc
Responsable: Armand Robichaud
Thème: La baie des merveilles – documentaire de Roger LeBlanc, animation Alain Clavette – La baie de Fundy! Les épithètes séuperlatives pour la décrire sont nombreuses. Certains vous parleront des « plus hautes marées du monde » ou encore de panoramas et phénomènes géographiques à vous couper le souffle. Pour d’autres, c’est la biodiversité de l’écosystème qui fascine. C’est cette géographie impressionnante et les multiples phénomènes naturels extraordinaires qui en résultent que se propose d’explorer notre documentaire.
Samedi, (à confirmé)
Responsable: Armand Robichaud
Thème: Musée du N.-B. à St-Jean, les collections
Guide: à contacter Dr. Stephen Clayden
Club D’ornithologie du Madawaska
Fredericton Nature Club
Meetings: held at the Stepping Stone Centre (15 Saunders St.) in Fredericton at 7:00pm on the 1st Thursday of the month from October to April.
Hampton Nature Club
Meetings: held the first Tuesday of the month from September to June at St. Paul’s Church, 486 Kennebecasis River Road, Hampton.
Tuesday, January 2 7:00pm
Where: St Paul’s Anglican Church. 486 Kennebecasis Rd, Hampton NB E5N 6L3
Guest Speaker: Jim Wilson
Description: Turkey Vultures
Jacquet River Nature Club
Meetings: Third Wednesday of the month, 7pm at CCNB (downstairs at the Villa in Jacquet River), 3981 Main Street, Belledune, NB. (September-May)
Meetings: Second Tuesday of the month, 6:30 pm Senior Citizen’s Centre, Sutton Road, Nelson-Miramichi, September through June.
Meetings: Regular monthly meetings are held at the Mapleton Park Rotary Lodge.
President: Susan Atkinson
Club Contact: Roger Leblanc
Meetings: the 4th Monday of the month at St. Mark’s Anglican Church Hall, in Sussex Corner, N.B. at 7:00 pm.
Monday, January 22, 7pm
Event: Nature Sussex January Meeting
Location: St. Mark’s Anglican Church Hall. 4 Needle Street, Sussex NB
Guest Speaker: Nancy Sears- Fundy Hiking and Nature Tours
Topic: Salt Marshes
NB Botany Club
President: David Mazerolle
Club Contact: Donna Monahan
Restigouche Nature Club
Meetings: the 1st Monday of the month at Campbellton Nursing Home, 101 Dover St, at 7:00 pm, September through June
President: Mike Lushington
Saint John Naturalist Club
Meetings: 7:00 p.m. on the second Monday of each month in the auditorium of the New Brunswick Museum at Market Square
President: Chuck Perry
Club Contact: Hank Scarth
Wednesday, January 3, 1:00pm
Weekly Wellness Walk
When: Wednesday January 3, 1-2:30
Where: Rockwood Park- 10 Fisher Lakes Drive, Saint John.
Description: Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018 forecast shows a moderation of temperature before a 15 to 20 cm snow event for Thursday. Let’s get rid of this cabin fever and plan to walk around Fisher Lakes which is usually plowed. Chances are other side trails will be passable as well.Let’s meet at the Interpretation Center Parking Lot for a 1 P.M. departure. Dress in layers for the cool air. Children and grand children still off school? Bring them along too! Is your dog crying at the door? Bring the dog along too but on a leash. All are Welcome!
Monday, January 8 7:00pm
When: Mon, Jan. 8, 7:00pm
Where: Mary Oland Theatre, NB Museum, Market Square
Description: At our monthly meeting on January 8, 2018, in the Mary Oland Theatre at the New Brunswick Museum at Market Square, Saint John, we will welcome Tom Raithby presenting: Secrets of the Fundy Footpath The Fundy Footpath is a remote coastal hiking trail that connects Fundy National Park to the Fundy Trail Parkway, near St. Martins. The 50-kilometer trail is narrow and winding, and includes many steep climbs up and down as it follows the coast. Experienced hikers describe it as very “challenging”. Tom will share some notes about the Fundy Footpath, and about a couple of spots in particular. The Footpath is distant and remote, but at the same time, it is near and accessible. The wilderness has been largely untouched since residents left nearly a hundred years ago, but remnants of their time remains, often hidden in plain sight. To a casual observer, it is an amazing stretch of coastal forest and shoreline. For those who make time to explore, this remote area is an outdoor photographers dream, diverse in geography, wildlife, seasons and tides. Every visit reveals something new and interesting and is often full of surprises. All welcome!
Meetings: 7:00 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month at the Salisbury Village Office, Douglas Street
President: Lois Budd
Club Contact: Connie Colpitts