The Headwaters Nature field naturalists club is made up of people who share a common interest in the natural environment: enjoying it, preserving it, and learning more about it, in all of its incredible complexity and beauty.
We organize a variety of activities throughout the year, including the ever-popular Spring and Christmas bird counts, wildflower walks and other field trips.
- We hold regular monthly meetings which are our cornerstone activity.
- We also email to members a quarterly members’ newsletter, The Bluebird, which contains club news, details of upcoming speakers and field trips, and articles on wildlife and the environment.
The Club was founded in 1986 and is managed by an Executive Committee that is elected by the membership each year.
The regular monthly meetings include top-notch speakers are brought in to inform and delight all who attend. The meetings are open to the public at no charge. Anyone who shares our interest in all things natural is welcome to take out a membership.
The Headwaters Nature field naturalists club meets at the Orangeville & District Senior’s Centre, 26 Bythia Street, Orangeville at 7:00 P.M.
The next two meetings will be on Tuesday October 18th, and Tuesday November 15th. The December meeting will be our usual Christmas Bird Count — for which will publish more details shortly. (Dates for 2023 have not yet been set.)
On March 26, 2015, the Upper Credit Field Naturalists Club, (our original name), proudly accepted a Certificate of Merit by the Credit Valley Conservation Authority, “recognizing long-term commitment to provide opportunities for nature enthusiasts and the public that increase environmental awareness and support conservation in the headwaters”.
(Our Bluebird logo is courtesy of our member Linda McLaren. The banner is by our member Peter Jennings.)