November Schedule

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

Mecredi, 1 novembre, 19h

Réunion : Mercredi 1 novembre 2017, 19h00
Lieu : Shédiac : Pavillon Rotary
Conférencier : Place aux membres
Responsable : Yvon
Thème :Invitation aux membres de partager une capsule de nature

Samedi, 4 novembre 2017, 8h30

Responsable : Raymonde
Thème : Oiseaux et plantes de la côte est (Shédiac à Cap-Pelé)
Guide : Raymonde Chartier et Normand Belliveau
Rencontre : au gros homard de Shédiac ou Burger King


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, November 7, 2017, 7pm

Hampton Nature Club Monthly Meeting
Guest Speaker: Jim Wilson
Description: Naturalist Adventures in New Brunswick

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)

Wednesday, November 15, 2017, 7pm
Location: CCNB, 3981 Main Street, Belledune,  NB

Nature Miramichi
Meetings: Second Tuesday of the month, 6:30 pm Senior Citizen’s Centre, Sutton Road, Nelson-Miramichi, September through June.

Nature Moncton

Meetings: Regular monthly meetings are held at the Mapleton Park Rotary Lodge.
President: Susan Atkinson
Club Contact: Roger Leblanc

Tuesday, November 21, 2017, 7pm
Location: Mapleton Park Lodge, off Cabela Dr.
Presenter: Jim Wilson
Topic: Living on the Edge- The Life of the Turkey Vulture

Much maligned and misunderstood, vultures usually get a bad rap from almost everyone. But that’s because we don’t understand them and we judge them by their appearance and by what and how they eat. In reality, they’re very interesting birds, passive and highly intelligent and possessing some ingenious strategies to deal with the uncertainty of not knowing when or where their next meal is coming from. This presentation will almost certainly change your opinion. Given by Jim Wilson, one of NB’s most knowledgeable birders and a great speaker, this talk is sure to be outstanding. But add to that the fact that Jim has played a leading role in discovering this species’ first proven nesting site in the province and also that Turkey Vultuzres started to be seen here more regularly about two decades ago very close to his home, and we should be in for a very entertaining evening with Jim and the vultures.

Nature Sussex
Meetings: the 4th Monday of the month at St. Mark’s Anglican Church Hall, in Sussex Corner, N.B. at 7:00 pm.

Monday, November 20, 2017, 7pm

Event: Nature Sussex November Meeting
Location: St. Mark’s Anglican Church Hall, 4 Needle Street, Sussex Corner
Guest Speaker: Graham Milner
Topic: Schoales Dam Ranger Camp

The Schoales Dam Ranger Camp is a quiet forest retreat tucked away in the Shepody area about a kilometre past Adair’s Wilderness Lodge. Relatively few people know it exists, but a Sussex group called the Homesteaders Association Incorporated is trying to fix up the camp so that more nature lovers can use it.

Graham Milner, one of the founding members of the Homestead Association will be with us for the evening to tell us about their progress to date and their plans for the site.

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
Club Contact: Pam Stewart

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
[email protected]

Monday, November 13, 7pm

Monthly Meeting
When: Mon, November 13, 7:00pm – 9:30pm
Where: Mary Oland Theatre, NB Museum Market Square, Saint John (map)
Description: James Kelley has been leveraging data collected from the SJNC PLBO project – volunteering his time as well! – as input to his Master’s thesis Speaker: James Douglas Kelley The PLBO and Seabird Migration Join us as James presents some of the interesting results of his research. 
Saturday, November 25, 2017, 9:00am
Feeding Birds in Winter
When: Sat, November 25, 9am-12pm
Where: TBD
Description: Join Hank to learn the responsible and healthy ways to enjoy this pastime. Tentative date November 25/17. Check web site and Face Book for final arrangements.
Sunday, November 26, 2017, 11:00am-2:00pm
KV Rocks- The Field Trip
When: Sun, November 26, 11am-2pm
Where: Place and Time to be announced
Description: Join Rock Star Don MacPhail as he identifies and explains rock formations in our own back yard. Keep checking this site and Facebook for the official time and place.

Salisbury Naturalists
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