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 2 mai 2018 19h00
Lieu : Dieppe, Pavilion Rotary
Conférencier : John Klymko, zoologist, Centre des données sur la conservation du Canada atlantique
Responsable : 506-364-2660 [email protected]
Thème : La biodiversitié des abeilles du N-B (bilingue surtout en Anglais)
Thème : Les salamandres et grenouilles, Parc Kouchibouguac
Guide : Éric Tremblay ou Catherine Bellehumeur
Rencontre : À déterminer
Fredericton Nature Club
Club D’ornithologie du Madawaska
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.
Jacquet River Nature Club
Meetings: Third Wednesday of the month, 7pm at The Royal Canadian Legion Branch #77, 3843 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
Tuesday May 15, 2018
Birds and Climate Change
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Mapleton Park Rotary Lodge
Speaker: Peter Thomas
Details: “Climate change will impact New Brunswick forest birds in several ways. Timing of migration and nesting will change for some species, and the distribution and abundance of forest birds will change over the coming decades for several reasons. And all the while, the changing climate will cause forest habitat to change as well. What may the New Brunswick forest bird community look like in the years to come? And what sort of added pressures will land birds face as climate change effects become more pronounced. Join Peter Thomas of Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Canadian Wildlife Service to learn more about forest birds and climate change in New Brunswick.”
Meetings: the 4th Monday of the month at St. Mark’s Anglican Church Hall, in Sussex Corner, N.B. at 7:00 pm.
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
Saturday May 5, 2018
Jemseg Waterfowl and Spring Migrants Birding Field Trip
Leader and Location: Meet leader Paul Mansz at Brundage Point River Centre, Ferry Road in Grand Bay-Westfield
Details: “Large numbers of waterfowl are expected, and a variety of other early Spring migrants may be counted upon. We always enjoy a surprise or two as we travel the river course. We will work our way up the river towards Gagetown with stops at Nerepis, Hibernia, and points in between. As the Gagetown ferry service is not expected to be running, we will head over to Highway 105 where we will move toward Jemseg and then Lower Jemseg, or to Sheffield and Maugerville. Flood/freshet levels will determine our exact route.
Please bring a lunch, binoculars, field guide(s), and a notebook and dress for a variety of weather conditions, as it can be quite variable over the course of the trip.”
May 9, 12, 16, 19, 20, and 27
Early Morning Birding
Visit website for details: http://www.saintjohnnaturalistsclub.org/
Monday May 14th
Monthly Meeting – Ticks
Location: Mary Oland Theatre, NB Museum Market Square, St. John
Details: “Lyme disease is becoming increasingly common in the Maritimes. The disease is a serious disease contracted from the bite on an infected tick. Dr. Vett Lloyd, is a national expert on ticks and tick borne diseases and she will be presenting information on ticks including tick identificat
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