Headwaters Nature is hosting an evening dedicated to sharing our enjoyment of nature with like-minded people. Headwaters Nature brings together 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. Indulge your inner nature nerd and join us for the evening where we will enjoy: a short presentation displays of nature art and artifacts, specimens a book table a couple of entertaining nature films Test your collective knowledge with a fun “Nature ID Quiz” Tuesday February 27, 2024, Orangeville Senior’s Centre 26 Bythia St 7:00pm. Free admission Everyone welcome Refreshments provided (bring your own mug) Nature Nerd Night 2024 We have people are setting up displays of their nature items. There will be interesting things for you to see such as specimen collections, nature artifacts, and art. There’s still time to reserve a free table…. Read more »
Get your binos and warm clothes ready! Our annual Christmas Bird Count will be on Thursday December 28th, 2023! Ron Jasiuk and Russ McGillivary are organizing this year’s event. We will shortly be sending out details and invitations, so if you miss them, Contact us! Across North America naturalists have been participating in Christmas Bird Counts for well over 100 years. The first Headwaters Nature Christmas Bird Count was conducted on 12 Dec 1987 when the club was know as the “Upper Credit Field Naturalists.” The citizen science data gathered by volunteers is used to track changes in populations and ranges of bird species. Searching for birds is a great way to spend the day. It’s fun often exciting and you get to spend part or all of your day with fellow bird nerds. The circled area on the map is our “count area.” We only count birds that are within… Read more »
Come and join Don Scallen as he talks about the Turtles of Ontario on Tuesday November 28th at 7 P.M. Don lives his life studying and then teaching and writing about our natural world around Ontario, particularly around our local Headwaters district. I’m envious!